|reply to treichhart |
Re: This is so funny
36 dBm is the power limit. Not to mention, you'd need a massive and expensive fixed antenna to transmit back to the WISP.
Then there are all of the environmental factors that affect a signal at that frequency. WISP's tend to be better suited for rural settings than anything mainstream.
The fact that Clearwire has failed with Wimax at close to that frequency, says a lot really about the prospects of WISP.