All the details are on the Valemount web site

http://www.staros.com/starvx/ 

Cheers,

P.

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Richard Goodin
Sent: 11 April 2006 09:15
To: wireless@wispa.org
Subject: RE: [WISPA] Best system for a new WISP

So... Who makes them?, how much?


>Hi Richard,
>
>       This cloaking mechanism is the 5MHz and 10MHz channel sizes that
>George was referring to on the Star WAR boards. Works really well and even
>seems to improve signal quality.
>
>Cheers,
>
>P.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
>Behalf Of Richard Goodin
>Sent: 11 April 2006 08:09
>To: wireless@wispa.org
>Subject: Re: [WISPA] Best system for a new WISP
>
>
>
>
>Guys;
>These all sound great.  I was reading just a couple months back about a 
>WISP
>
>operator that had a severe problem.  Just a few yards away, maybe 300 feet,
>another guy put up his tower.  I think they were both on 2.4 GHZ, and
>someone suggested a different AP that would not even be detected by
>conventional systems.  Something about nonstandard bandwidth, channel
>spacing or coding.  I really feel that stealth is best here.  These other
>guys have been in business for a while and could cause trouble that I do 
>not
>
>need.
>
>Lee
> >Trango does make a good product. I still have 2 Sunstream AP's in use. 
>They
>
> >are like Timex watches.
> >
> >I'm using Star War boards. A little bit more than the trango s. The 2 
>card
> >boards in a 5 gig rootenna let me use the 2nd card for an omni.
> >Speeds are about 20+ megs or so and I cloak down to 5MHz and 10MHz 
>channel
> >sizes.
> >
> >One of the things I've been doing is slapping up repeaters all over the
> >place. Cheap as hell, about 400.00 or so.
> >
> >Lately I've ran lmr400 into some of my customers attics and installed an
> >omni for their home wifi. We tend to service our customers right to the 
>pc
> >and it's a lot better router than a linksys. And I have happier customers
> >and I'm happier.
> >
> >The 2 port and the 4 port both have dual ethernet as well.
> >
> >Pretty versatile product. Lonnie has come along way with the new war
> >platform.
> >
> >
> >George
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >Travis Johnson wrote:
> >>That's on quantity 30.... $149 each. 5.8ghz, dual polarity, up to 3 
>miles
> >>(add $40 for a dish and it goes up to 13 miles) and delivers up to 
>10Mbps.
>
> >>Hard to beat! And with SmartPolling on the AP, you can get hundreds of
> >>customers per sector.
> >>
> >>Travis
> >>Microserv
> >>
> >>Rick Smith wrote:
> >>
> >>>that's only quantity (large!) pricing isn't it ?
> >>>
> >>>Brian Rohrbacher wrote:
> >>>
> >>>>If it's pretty absent of trees you might look at 5.8.  Trango has that
> >>>>cpe for $150.  Not going to find any propriety gear cheaper.
> >>>>
> >>>>Richard Goodin wrote:
> >>>>
> >>>>>I have been planning my WISP for about a year, and have yet to begin
> >>>>>delivery of bandwidth to customers. My choice for service delivery 
>was
> >>>>>802.11b, but with increased competition from other services nearby
> >>>>>(about 5 miles away) I am wondering how to avoid problems.  I have a
> >>>>>50' tower, and it is ROHN 45g.  My choice for antennas would be 4 90
> >>>>>degree horizontal antennas.  I have looked at bandwidth and shopped 
>it
> >>>>>to death.  My best price is $400 from Lime Light.  And I've built a
> >>>>>couple of servers, acquired some switches and a router.  The Router 
>is
> >>>>>a Cisco 1750.
> >>>>>
> >>>>>My questions:
> >>>>>
> >>>>>What CPE's and AP's would work best in this environment?  I want to
> >>>>>keep interferance to a minimum, as well as control costs.  My
> >>>>>environment includes lots of desert, and single story buildings.
> >>>>>
> >>>>>Lee
> >>>>>
> >>>>>
> >
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