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[Ham-80211] ham-80211 Digest, Vol 17, Issue 1

Brian Webster bwebster at wirelessmapping.com
Sun Nov 13 03:06:15 UTC 2005

I've been watching this technology closely. If it actually proves to work,
there is a bunch of old paging channels (in the US they have both a TX and
an RX frequency) that will once again become VERY valuable. If it works this
could be a great technology for hams to deploy on either 2 meters or UHF.
>From what I have gathered there are independent folks outside the
manufacturer testing the system. I can't wait to see those reports. Maybe
broadband can finally reach rural areas affordably..........

Thank You,
Brian Webster

-----Original Message-----
From: va7aa [mailto:va7aa at shaw.ca]
Sent: Saturday, November 12, 2005 7:24 PM
To: ham-80211 at lists.tapr.org
Subject: [Ham-80211] ham-80211 Digest, Vol 17, Issue 1

Ok kiddies.. read the article.... is it snake oil or the Holy Grail of
telecommunications and RF??

" FORT LAUDERDALE--Communications firm xG Technology yesterday conducted
another wireless line-of-site demonstration of its xMAX solution here,
transmitting a 3.5 MB/s data stream a distance of 18 miles using less than
36 milliwatts of power using 10 MHz of unlicensed spectrum in the ISM 900
MHz band."  >>>>

That's 3.5 mbps using 36mw at 18 miles on 900mhz??


Editorial comment: http://mrtmag.com/news/xg_technology_xmax_110405/


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