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Um. Me. Iain Truskett. Can be found as either Spoon or Koschei around the place, and as Braxiatel in rare circumstances. Um. Cool. Ta.

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Thursday August 01, 2002
07:59 PM

The wireless net

[ #6850 ]

I've just read Casey's article on his highway wireless LAN (a fun read), and I just thought: if many cars had wireless capability, and many had routing capability as well, then you'd not have a problem surfing the net during the daily gridlock.

Have a few base stations in strategic locations, have the various cars routing (network) traffic and you'd have something usable, right?

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  • by using a pair of the $75 2-way radios to communicate. But then, they couldn't have gotten on the Net, and it certainly wouldn't have had the cool factor the network did. :-) All in all I was very impressed with his results.
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