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February 08, 2005

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Jeff Smutny

This is weird. I heard about Mayacama and what a great layout it is. I do a search on it and find your blog. Okay, that's not weird...what is weird is today I am looking into a very small venture of setting up a small wifi network, and I notice you mention "We talked about families, golf, MIMO, 802.11n, future of IP communications..."

This wifi venture would be an entirely new thing for me. I run a small teleservices company that provides voice broadcasting services to the political and automotive verticals. I also am a partner in a trade show company (it's more of a hobby than it is a business). We use a venue in Northern California for our trade show. It uses a little over 500,000 square feet of space. When our exhibitors need a phone line or internet service, they HAVE to place an order through AT&T for an analog phone line and temp DSL service. They charge about $350 for each setup. SOOOOO, I'd like to provide wireless connectivity to our exhibitors and charge them half the amount. Yet, after listening to developers and reading about throughput, I just don't know if it is worth it???? Then I see your blog with something called "802.11n". Hmmmmm I am thinking...Is this worth researching??

Oh well...Any info would help.
Thanks...Jeff

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