Wed Aug 29 17:25:56 PDT 2001
> On Wed, 29 Aug 2001, Ben Woodard wrote:
> > Internet III
> > With the ham radio bands available in the higher end of the frequency
> > spectrum hams have access to amazing amounts of free bandwidth. The
> > idea is to make high speed links between interested parties. Some of
> > these links would be point to point and some of these links would
> > cover an area. There are three conditions associated with this
> > though. You can't use it for commercial transactions, you can't use
> > encryptions, and right now you have to build your own hardware.
> This has been planned to be one of the uses of DAB, Digital Radio:
nice link EXCEPT for one thing. This is all about digital
__BROADCAST__ radio. What I am talking about is using the ham bands
where licenced individuals are allowed to transmit as well as
receive. The reason for that is it allows us to setup a private high
bandwidth network between individuals.
> Probably never going to be anything. You need backchannels anyway.
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