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Re: synchronous interface card suggestions

I'm working with what the radios support -- which is synchronous RS-422. These are some surplus radios that have quite a bit more range than 802.11b (though they're not nearly as fast). They are 5 watt output, full duplex narrowband radios that were spec'd for paths of up to 30 miles. We need the range and reliability more than the speed...

Thanks anyway.

--On Monday, June 16, 2003 14:40:31 +0200 Jean-Francois Dive <jef@linuxbe.org> wrote:

Do you really want serial type and sychronous ? If not, a standard wifi
802.11b is effective and supported by linux, but i suppose you already
knows that.

On Sat, Jun 14, 2003 at 07:57:44PM -0400, John Ackermann N8UR wrote:
Hi --

I'm trying to implement a wireless point-to-point link  using a pair of
radios that have a synchronous RS-422 interface.  The radios operate at
128kbps and provide clock signals, etc.

Can anyone suggest a source for such a card -- preferably inexpensive as
this is a personal project -- that has Linux support?



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