Bandwidth for a weekend @ Gaylord National Harbor, DC metro area
ag4ve.us at gmail.com
Tue Sep 17 14:29:49 UTC 2013
I'm not sure of te topology around there, but you can get these 2.4Ghz
dishes for *cheap* (I got one at a hamfest for $20 - spent as much on the
rp-sma converter cost almost as much). If someone (or a colo) is near
there, you might convince them to put up the same thing and work with that.
I think you'd be ok with a amateur radio operator since you're non-profit
(and should only need one since they'd be the control for the remote
If you setup legistics and aren't the same weekend as Shmoo (I think you
are) I can help with that setup and check the regs and use my callsign.
On Tue, Sep 17, 2013 at 7:48 AM, Dustin Jurman <dustin at rseng.net> wrote:
> WISPA.ORG would be a good resource.
> Dustin Jurman C.E.O
> Rapid Systems Corporation
> 1211 North Westshore BLVD suite 711
> Tampa, Fl 33607
> "Building Better Infrastructure"
> On Sep 17, 2013, at 12:38 AM, "Christopher Morrow" <
> morrowc.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> > the katsucon folks do this hotel yearly... maybe finding them would be
> > http://www.katsucon.com/
> > On Mon, Sep 16, 2013 at 11:00 PM, <telmnstr at 757.org> wrote:
> >> I help with an event at the Gaylord at National Harbor in Maryland.
> It's a
> >> music and video gaming festival. The network team for the event is
> >> for options on getting bandwidth for ~5 days across a weekend at the
> >> RF or handoff in building.
> >> The large array of clearwire modems isn't cutting it any more.
> >> Looking for pointers I can give them. Please email off-list.
> >> Thanks!
> >> - Ethan O'Toole
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