My long haul 802.11 ISP radio tech tells me that the regs are ERP based,
so power output plus antenna gain can't exceed a spec (he is a Ham).
Just like most broadcast licenses. Not likely this is easily enforced
and we know of blatant violations by other ISP providers to remote
Adam Shirley WJ4X wrote:
> Your amateur radio license allows you to use "out of band" wireless
> networking.. You can move out of the standard channels for wireless
> networking and use some power and do a lot with IP over RF.
> i.e. If a neighbor 10 miles away has DSL, there's nothing that can stop
> you from installing a 2.4GHz backhaul from his place to yours. (if you
> have line of sight)
> On 8/27/2010 3:40 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
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