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Wireless SRX technology

On Mon, 13 Jun 2005 19:06:53 -0400
Bill Horne <bill at> wrote:

> I think the most important factor is the receiver design, and I prefer 
> to have the same manufacturer at both ends of the link. Cisco is by far 
> the best, but priced for commercial use; Linksys is now part of Cisco, 
> but I don't know if they're sharing patents yet.
> BTW, there are devices available which will allow use of Cable-TV Coax 
> for wired Ethernet connections: many apartment buildings were built with 
> Cable but without Cat 5, so if he's got some spare RG-59 in the walls, 
> have him call me.
He's got cable in two rooms, but I don't think he will have a problem.
I might just grab my wireless and test the range since I have old
equipment. In a standard wireless-B router will handle it, then I'll
get him a -G. BTW: He lives across the street from a Verizon CO.
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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