In 1985, the FCC made the unprecedented move of opening up the 900 MHz and 2.4 and 5.0 GHz spectrum, the so called garbage bands, for unlicensed use to the public. At the time, it was only great news for radio nerds– but it was to set the stage for a revolution in networking– the advent of wireless local networks.
Oh no! Look out folks! It’s the Crazy In-Studio Video Edition of Episode 21: Boldly Going Abroad. For the first time ever, you get to see what we look like when we do a podcast! You also get to hear the mostly unedited audio, including the awkward pauses, “ums”, and little squeaks we like to… Continue reading »