WISP or other options

Warren Bailey wbailey at satelliteintelligencegroup.com
Thu Mar 27 03:35:20 UTC 2014


20-60mbps is a tall order.

I¹d say cellular.. Maybe you can pair together a couple of 4g cradle
points and do load balancing on them?

You are screwed for LOS microwave, 60mbps on a microwave hope requires
real life engineering to function correctly. Frequency coordination,
towers, AGL requirements. If you¹re looking for satellite, I can tell you
for certain that a 60mbps circuit for a month would exceed 140k a month in
your neck of the woods. That¹s just to start off, it can get higher as the
link budget dictates.

Is there any reason you need THAT much? Have you thought about using
compression stuff at all? Are these people paying for it?

On 3/26/14, 8:30 PM, "Nick" <nick at wiredmedium.com> wrote:

>Hey,
>
>I have a weird off the wall question for a NA group.
>
>Does any have contacts in Edinburgh Scotland who can provide WISP
>service at the Hopetoun House and Dundas Castle. I would like to have
>20-60mpbs to for 2 days of services.
>
>Our company's event planner claims there are no good ISP options in the
>area and wants us to go with satellite internet which is pricy and has
>high latency. Its worth noting both locations have ~7mpbs DLS.
>
>I'm also open to other options.
>
>
>Thanks,
>
>Nick Poulakos
>




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