| | Re: Clearwire?
> AWilliamson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
>> I'm looking for Internet on my laptop while traveling. What is the
>> opinion of Clearewire?
> To add to DTC's comments.....Clearwire is 'fixed' wireless. Not mobile
> While you can move it somewhere else where there's coverage, it can't be
> used like you would typcally use it on a laptop. You can think of it just
> like DTV, you can take your rig down and move it to your new house, but it
> won't work while your moving.
Clearwire has a setup in Abilene TX. I looked at the coverage maps and
tower locations - that's how I came up with that three mile number.
Since its rated for "in-house" coverage (without any external antenna),
it would work even better when in a car or on the street, but...as for
moving data rates, seamless roaming between sites, and if indeed you can
change from site to site without admin intervention might be worth
In the latter case, you can relocate a Hughes satellite system to any
lower 48 state, but with the SkyBlue you may have to re-register as they
use sectored footprints for the accounts.
Same with some rural wireless companies that set your mac addy to the