Wouldn't you think, then, that he meant that it's bad news for the
marketers of BPL systems that WiMax received this endorsement?
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> Whoa Scotty, WiMax is not BPL.
> It's a VHF/UHF wireless service, one of the possible denizens of the
> "UHF TV channels" the be vacated in 2009 when DTV becomes the law of
> the land.
> Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 17:27:04 -0400
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>>From the Wall Street Journal:
> "WiMax received an endorsement from a United Nations agency, raising the
> odds the wireless Internet technology will be widely deployed."
> 73, Scott W3TX
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