Stargazer said:There is Charter broadband internet available (up to 2 MB) about 8-10 miles away from my house. Is there anyway a person could have that sent to a house out in the country where no broadband internet service is available and still get a good speed out of it? How much speed would I lose? I heard people can use a directional beam to get the signal out farther and use a PrimeStar dish with a pringles can to do so but need to know if it is possible with a range of around 10 miles and how fast it is after going that far and what all is involved.
Mark Sorensen said:I believe that StarBand has also recently made this step in "modem" architecture.
MikeF said:Mark_AR, what reg hacks did you do? I have the 2-way and would be interested in them. TIA
Uplink said:i was talking about 2.4ghz wifi wireless internet companies. they cover many areas.
But cellular broadband is good too if you have a laptop (verizon is the best currently)