Took the words right out of my mouth, great receiver specs do nothing in
high noise environments. The idea of indoor CPE devices is also a myth for
real world WISP deployments. How many times have you had to move around in a
building with a cell phone to get better coverage. Indoor CPE is the same
Anyone know where to get one, or do they exist?
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WE aren't going to be able to do anything. Do you have millions to
lobby this (one way or the other)? We will sit back and watch what
happens, just like we ALWAYS have to do.
The smaller WISPs have never influenced anything political. It's the big
players that make the changes.
Content is supposed to get a free ride since we all sell data pipes. If
a customer buys 1 meg of data service from me then they are free to use
that 1 meg for whatever they want. If that isn't enough bandwidth for
what they want then they better buy more. Over time will the customer be
Well, that the big misunderstanding right there.
When someone sells 1 mbps of speed, who said that meant they are selling the
customer continuous 1 mbps for what ever use they want? And just because we
sell them a 1 mbps last mile, who says that we are selling them that
capacity accross our
Very powerful statement!!!
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From: Tom DeReggi [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: WISPA General List firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2006 10:43 AM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Save the Internet (Net Neutrality)
Well, that the big misunderstanding right
I have not visited the site yet, and at your recommendation, I will explore
their content, to see if it is something that I would support or not.
However, if only 6 ISPs have signed, that could be a sign, that it may not
support our needs.
I believe in Freedom of Speech, but I also
Tom DeReggi wrote:
When someone sells 1 mbps of speed, who said that meant they are
selling the customer continuous 1 mbps for what ever use they want?
And just because we sell them a 1 mbps last mile, who says that we are
selling them that capacity accross our backbone network?
Are you saying Canopy will interfere, and it is more expensive,
Trav wants to free up more cash to buy little plastic twinkies.
Date: Thu, 4 May 2006 05:00:52 -0400 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: email@example.com Subject: Re: [WISPA] A little help, or 20 questions... which ever you
Random mixed thoughts:
When I buy a car or a sweater, I understand the tangible asset I have
When I pay a toll on a highway, I understand that it is a tax for the
When I buy an internet pipe, I assume when they say 1.5M, I get 1.5M.
Anything else better be
Well it's starting, and at $26 per month too. Let's hope this might actually
help the WISP industry by being able to partner as a Group with AOL and
offer the same wholesale deal in markets where Clearwire does not offer
service or may not have any license. But that would still require everyone
David S. Isenberg is a fellow of the Berkman Center for Internet and
He worked for ATT Labs until he wrote /The Rise of the Stupid Network
/in May 1997.
Network Neutrality Reality
A podcast of my Berkman Lunch Talk yesterday, Network Neutrality
Tough to herd those cats, but you may want to really move on this.
Get all the AOL® you want using your existing connection with 10 hours of
dial-up, just in case. *$14.95* per month.
With a BB connection, as low as $25.95 for Unlimited access to AOL.
After attending the Freedom to Connect conference, I was able to get a
very up close and personal look at the people who are strongly
supporting the Net Neutrality concepts. I believe that the intention
is to keep the status quo of the Internet, and make sure that we will
all be able to get
Ive got some installs to do on a couple rubber roofs. Can I
use a regular ( the kind I can get at lowes) rubber mat under the non
penetrating mount or is there another type of mat made just for this
application? Ive seen em under cellular sleds and as walk pads and they look
Last year at ISPCON, Earl Comstock (CEO of COMPTEL and one of the
authors of th TA96) explained that the mess we are in today is due to so
many varied interests yelling at DC. All of them say regulate him, but
not me. That doesn't work well in trying to language a bill.
(I still say it should
I talked with the sales people in Vegas last year and at that time I
think there biggest deployment was in Sidney. They sound great but the
price was too high. If I remember right they were talking around 250k and
On 5/3/06 11:30 PM, George Rogato [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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