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  spikeychris 12:51 19 Apr 05

"California chipmaker Intel on Monday unveiled a chip for a long-range wireless Internet service, WiMAX, powerful enough to send a signal several miles."

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The world is getting smaller.

  Maverick81 16:55 19 Apr 05

802.16 , technology looks pretty good but probably wont be all that affordable for joe public. I might be wrong but I think it will be just ISP's who use this technology intially.

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Cheers Mav

  Chegs ® 00:50 23 Apr 05

Its nowt but a "CB Burner" tweaked to work on microwave frequencies. :-)

  Forum Editor 17:13 23 Apr 05

indeed, and the universe is filling up with our radio transmissions.

Soon, someone on the planet Zardax will be able to access details of my last order to Ocado, and then there'll be trouble.

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