High capacity wireless WAN equipment.

Greetings,

I'm trying to round up information on wireless WAN equipment. I need T1
and above speeds. If anyone has some information on products or
experience I'd be interested in hearing it.

Thanks,
Louis

You can probably find some useful information at:
www.karlnet.com
   and
www.alcatel.com

The KarlBrouter does 2 megabits(super simple product), and Alcatel has (I
believe) products that will do up to 45 megabits.

TomP.

You can probably find some useful information at:
www.karlnet.com
   and
www.alcatel.com

The KarlBrouter does 2 megabits(super simple product), and Alcatel has (I
believe) products that will do up to 45 megabits.

TomP.

At 02:14 PM 2/5/98 , Louis A. Destree wrote to the nanog list:

Greetings,

I'm trying to round up information on wireless WAN equipment. I need T1
and above speeds. If anyone has some information on products or
experience I'd be interested in hearing it.

Thanks,
Louis
--
Louis A. Destree
Senior Network Engineer
FlashNet Communications
destree@flash.net

Dave Hughes is the expert in this area. Have a look at

http://wireless.oldcolo.com/radio2.txt

for more information or talk directly to Dave.

--Kent

Would LMDS meet your needs ?

http://www.wireless-one.com/
http://www.insight-corp.com/lmds.html

Or a web search on LMDS ...

Once upon a time, Louis A. Destree arranged the electrons in @Home's private
scaleable, ATM, OC3 BackBone to write:

some links i have on hand...

http://www.aironet.com/

http://www.breezecom.com/

http://www.proxim.com/

http://www.wlif.com/

http://www.cylink.com/

http://www.networks.digital.com:80/dr/npg/deiap-mn.html

http://www.digitalocean.com/

no vendor seems to have an 802.11 version commercially available yet though
some say they are flash upgradeable and some are not upgradeable at all.

most have bridges and different antennas to be used in a WAN environment.

although everyone seems to be talking about the interoperability on there
web sites, when i talked to some in person they didn't promise
interoperability.

-craig