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July 03, 2003

Good thing someone still has the "Freedom to Tinker"

Personal video publishing is coming alive from some unexpected directions.  April's issue of QST Magazine, the official Journal of the ARRL ("ham" radio's official governing organization), includes this piece [1.2MB pdf file] on multimedia communication via wireless ham radio networks.  In the age-old (and honorable) amateur radio tradition of modifying commerical communications equipment for experimental and innovative purposes, these folks are using 802.11 wireless gear to set up the High Speed Multimedia Network - enabling freestanding video communications networks across wide areas.  

Posted by larryb at 10:59 AM [permanent link]
Category: Streaming Media
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