[rescue] doubt regarding wireles ethernet...
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Thu Jul 19 10:22:45 CDT 2001
It actually sounds to me like he's got a pair of those little data
transceivers that are frequently advertised in the back of Circuit
Cellar Ink. They max out at 19.2K, so pumping 20Mhz manchester-coded
data into them will not get very far.
Serial PPP will be the way to go...
On July 19, James wrote:
> If this guy is doing what I think he's doing (packet radio TNC's) the=
> going to be AX.25 (under linux) or SLIP.
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> On Thu, 19 Jul 2001, David Rouse wrote:
> > On Thursday, July 19, 2001, at 07:25 AM, narendran wrote:
> > > hello sir
> > > my name is narendran..........i am a student of electronics and=20=
> > > communication engg from india.
> > > i=A0am planning to set up a wireless connection between a compute=
r in our=20
> > > microwave lab and a neighbouring network of computers.
> > > That is=A0i am trying to make a computer look as if it is=A0one o=
f the lan=20
> > > computers.....but linked through wireless....i have an idea in=20=
> > > mind......i have a pair of transceivers operating at 434Mhz.
> > > which can transmit serial digital data......and receive digital d=
> > > serially......
> > The Right Thing -- given your equiptment -- is to create a PPP=20
> > connection, unless someone else has a niftier TCP/IP over serial id=
> > --
> > David Rouse
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