[Air-l] Wireless Broadband Internet

Ariel Foina arielfoina at gmail.com
Mon May 22 06:14:27 PDT 2006

What is "Broad Band" to you and in wich degree it must be "wireless"?
We have a small project using wi-fi open router in an private university in
Brazil. It is operated by students only and the range is +- 100mts, enought
to use it inside the classrooms of the most important building of the
university and it is broad enought to navigate in internet and instant
message services, beside of some fast downloads.
I can give you more info if you have interest.

Best Regards


On 5/21/06, Min-Kyu Park <iryou3 at naver.com> wrote:
> Hi My name is Min-Kyu Park. I am taking an Internet class. As a class
> project, I am studying the social impact of the Wibro (Wireless Broadband
> Internet) service. Wibro Service will start early 2007 in Korea. I wonder
> how the Wirbro is being operated in other nations? I will thank you a lot
> for any feedback. If you are interested in Korea's situation, please visit
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WiBro
> http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/imt-2000/documents/Busan/Session3_TTA.pdf
> iryou3 at naver.com
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