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Arinoth August 1, 2011 06:49 AM

New white space standard: up to 22Mbps over 12,000 square mile
 
This could really help out some rural areas whom are getting absolutely horrible speeds right now, at hopefully reasonably priced packages.

New white space standard: up to 22Mbps over 12,000 square miles

_dangtx_ August 1, 2011 07:06 AM

more pollution :)

but yeah, decent speeds out in the goonies would be cool

LarkStarr August 1, 2011 08:30 AM

62 mile radius = 12,000 miles?

but what they really mean to say is maybe 11 mbps across 20 mile radius. which itself isn't bad at all. I just hate using theoretical maximums.

Arinoth August 1, 2011 09:07 AM

I'm fairly certain a lot of rural people are lucky if they can get 1-2Mbps down out in the middle of no where with horrible upload speeds

martin_metal_88 August 1, 2011 09:12 AM

This is kinda a good way to re-use what was already here. I love this better than a new standard. The question is, will my bunny ears be able to get it :P

PerryC August 1, 2011 09:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LarkStarr (Post 537295)
62 mile radius = 12,000 miles?

Not miles... square miles. The area of a circle with a 62 mile radius is about 12070 square miles.


Have to be a whole of nodes being set up to get any decent coverage though.

Arinoth August 1, 2011 09:37 AM

Not necessarily, the lower in frequency we go, the longer the wavelength of the signal is, which in turn means we need to repeat the signal less the longer a signal's wavelength is.

PerryC August 1, 2011 09:52 AM

I was thinking more of intereference from ground clutter or weather. Even digital signals suffer beacuase of those factors.

MARSTG August 1, 2011 04:50 PM

yes but not much. and the future is wireless not by cable, with all the pains and issues that will come along


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