Thank you Bob
by alt2872 - 4/26/12 1:59 PM
In Reply to: No design required. by R. Proffitt
I really appreciate you responding...
Yes they have. I understand that my intial step is getting a ISP or in my case a WISP, they install the satelite which sends signal to the HN9000 modem they have also provided then we have a linksys WRT120N home router which sends the signal to our laptop. I think I was asking the question wrong. All this technicality has me a bit confused.
Like considering RF principles, 2.4GHz DSSS (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum), basic antenna properties, etc.. How to I factor all of these things in my equipment? I mean I know 2.4Ghz max. bandwidth is 1 watt for the intentional radiator, the only nonoverlapping channels are 1, 6, and 11. I also know that DSSS supports 1 or 2 mbps.
I am not trying to give you a lesson or be a wise guy by no means. I really do appreciate any knowledge you could share with me. I was just showing you that I am learning, just having trouble putting it all together.
I guess I am trying to make this project more difficult than it actually is. I am one of those people that has to go above and beyond or I am not satisfied, which in reality is a downfall sometimes.
Again, Thank you.
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