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Guest Александр

Ух ты! Такая же лапша как и у нас ))

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Один ящик установлен горизонтально, второй вертикально :)

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одни коаксиалы кстати идут.. доксисы там рулезз наверное.

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Guest SMnet

и эти люди говорят нам какой рукой строить демократию... :-)

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Один ящик установлен горизонтально, второй вертикально :)

Ящики разные, один прямоугольный, второй - квадратный. Вот меня только интересует вопрос: зачем прямоугольный ящик ставить так, чтобы крышка открывалась вверх? Чтобы работать будет более неудобно?

 

Ну и замочки в ящичках радуют :)

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Guest valery

ха. там полюбому русские монтажники. потому что никто кроме русских на работе не пьет ну и делает лишбы работало и быстрей

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Guest Scrat

Русских монтажников в TimeWarner раз-два - и обчёлся. Кстати, рубероиды, то есть, пардон, афро-американцы, тоже умельцы присобачить на соплях, сигнал абы-какой есть - и ладно, а если качество связи не нравится - звоните в офис, мы за это не в ответе.

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Guest NICK

КЛАСС! И О ЧЁМ ГОВОРИТЬ ЭТО СВОБОДНАЯ СТРАНА . ЗАКОНЫ ФИЗИКИ У НИХ ТОЖЕ СВОБОДНЫЕ.

НО БУДЕМ НАДЕЯТСЯ , ЧТО КРЫШИ У НИХ НЕ ТЕКУТ.

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Интересно как у них с законодательством в области связи, всяких бумажек для провайдеров и использование радиочастотного спектра?

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Интересно как у них с законодательством в области связи, всяких бумажек для провайдеров и использование радиочастотного спектра?

а у них как раз таки все нормально с этим :)

Wi-Fi - никаких лицензий

900Мгц - никаких лицензий

white спектр (в районе 700 мгц)- стал безлецинзионным при Обаме:

 

FCC Approves White Space Devices: The Dawn of the Age of Opportunistic Spectrum Reuse

Nov 05, 2008 8:57 AM PDT

 

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By Sascha Meinrath

 

Yesterday will go down in history as a bellwether moment. Few among us will soon forget the excitement of Obama's election. But there was an equally historic vote yesterday that for geeks, policy analysts, and technologists represents an entirely new trajectory in telecommunications. In essence, the FCC has begun the transition from command-and-control, single-user spectrum licensure to a more distributed system that holds the potential to eliminate the artificial scarcity that prevented widespread access to the public airwaves since 1927.

 

Yesterday, the FCC ruled that unlicensed white space devices would be allowed to operate on unused television channels—allowing an entirely new generation of technological innovation to begin. While the official order has not been release, here's the information that's been gleaned thus far (please note that this is tentative information and until the official Report and Order is issued by the FCC, while unlikely, is subject to change):

Both fixed and personal portable devices will be allowed. So look for base stations on cell towers as well as next generation PDAs and multi-media devices.

Personal portable devices will be allowed to operate at power levels up to 40mW.

On non-adjacent channels (i.e., where you have three unoccupied TV channels in a row, this would be the middle channel), higher power levels will be allowed (up to 100mW).

Unlicensed wireless microphones will not receive priority status except, potentially, on channels 2-4. On all other channels (through to channel 51), all devices will share secondary status to primary broadcasters (e.g., television stations and licensed microphones).

A geolocational database will back up spectrum sensing capabilities to ensure WSDs do not operate in restricted areas. Left unclear is whether licensed wireless microphone users will be allowed to exempt their venue from WSD use and whether this would also allow for unlicensed wireless microphone users to do likewise.

A Notice of Inquiry will be launched by the FCC to investigate higher-powered use as an additional service in areas with few digital TV stations. This would facilitate backhaul capabilities for Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPs) and other service providers.

 

I first started working on this proceeding back in 2004. After years of work, and an ever-increasing amount of time and energy spent on this battle, I can honestly say that I'm amazed by how successful this work has proven. At the same time, much like the presidential election, this win provides only the opportunity for amazing new innovations and services and much work remains. We need to work with performing arts groups to ensure that they have access to the technologies they need to carry out their work. And we need to work with wireless ISPs and allied organizations to ensure that they have the resources they need to continue spreading connectivity to underserved communities across the country. Finally, though the foundation has been set, the most important battle is yet to come—opening up all underutilized bands for opportunistic spectrum reuse.

 

I expect a multi-pronged approach to what lies ahead. I've already begun talks with WISP allies to follow up on the FCC's announced NOI. Likewise, I'm hopeful that folks I've been talking with for months within the performing arts community will see the FCC's decision as a good reason to collaborate on future joint efforts. In the interim, I am working with my colleague, Victor Pickard, on opening up debate on opportunistic spectrum reuse—starting with government spectrum. Our revamped working paper should be out in the near future, laying out a policy agenda for what needs to be done at the down of the age of opportunistic spectrum reuse.

 

http://www.circleid.com/posts/2008115_fcc_...spectrum_reuse/

 

только что-то не много инфы по white space

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Guest Evgen_Tver

Зато нет вездесущих кабелей между крышами зданий! Небо чистое, не то что у нас...

Другое дело, что мне друзья оттуда рассказывали, что политика властей пускать в канализацию всех за копейки привела к тому, что все ТАК забито кабелями, что между зданиями дешевле поставить гигабитную релейку, чем заказывать дорогущие работы по задувке очередного кабеля в подземелье. Тем более, что там жуткая ответственность за повреждение чужих кабелей, которые в канализации давно лежат и уже основательно подгнили (да-да, бабло все экономят - люди везде одинаковые).

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