|reply to vpoko |
said by vpoko:The problem is that the stupid "smart meters" chew up the ENTIRE 900mhz band when they could simply use 1% of it to transmit a very tiny amount of usage data, leaving the majority of the band available to other users.
Ahh, well, if the WISPs are also Part 15 then they don't have much to bitch about: "This device must accept any interference received."
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No doubt.. Just use a single channel on the 900MHz band and SNMP to each smart meter.
Each SNMP request shouldn't eat that much data. It'd be nice if I could graph a smart meter myself.