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ah ha...while 802.11ac is still overpriced, & 802.11n final (450mbps) is hardly affordable..
     
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at those speeds are you not pretty severely limited by HDD speed.

At any rate that is insanely fast and awesome.
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at those speeds are you not pretty severely limited by HDD speed.

At any rate that is insanely fast and awesome.
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at those speeds are you not pretty severely limited by HDD speed.

At any rate that is insanely fast and awesome.

Yes,

The data transfer rate they are talking about here is faster than even the highest end enterprise level SSDs. However, with certain types of non-volatile RAM it would be possible to write to the RAM first, and then transfer that to the SSD if you just wanted to get the data from one point to another.

Or if moving it off one point to another wasn't a critical aspect of it, just max out the storage write/read speeds until finished. Right now Samsung holds the record for ~3,000 MB/s on Read/Write.
    
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In topika kansas there is people (residential) that have had seen speeds up to 1.1GBPS internet connection.
It's Topeka, and it's also is in the Kansas City area.
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As long as you can maintain line of sight, pretty much most things below 16 Ghz will not be impacted by weather conditions, like rain and snow. It is around that 16 Ghz point when those sort of weather conditions start to impact the link to a degree that limits their application.

11 Ghz, as an example, while pretty distant limited, isn't really impacted by weather to much at all.

Now, as for everything working over wireless connections......

Sure, it is in theory possible, but you really start getting into a situation of what spectrum do you operate in, and then having to deal with interference from one another. Did someone operating down at X frequency have an issue and bleed UP into the next higher frequency?

I am not saying it isn't impossible, it would just be really difficult to do. Though if it was done right, it would be pretty damn cool.

preaching to the converted smile.gif

LOS is the issue but there are other factors and it also depends on the length of delivery.
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