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2002\10\11@083830 by Jim

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With this scheme, Harold, how would 'travelling' through
town work - how would "hand-offs" between access points
(the POTS lines) into the PSTN work? (Cell spacing is now
down below 2 mules - 3.2 km in many places.)

Eventually, I think, the network infrastructure will evolve
into a series of intelligent 'nodes' located at much smaller
distances to each other than today's CO (central office)
switches that currently provide local wireline (POTS lines)
cutomers with their 'service'.

These 'nodes' will intelligently select the shortest path
route - accessing greater distance 'paths' for cross-country
calls as necessary ... integrate into this 'wireless' comms
access terminals/base stations (RF transceiving apparatus)
and you have an instance of what you now propose!

RF Jim (and former Cellular Eng)


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2002\10\28@221717 by Harold M Hallikainen

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On Fri, 11 Oct 2002 07:35:24 -0500 Jim <spam_OUTjvpollTakeThisOuTspamDALLAS.NET> writes:
> With this scheme, Harold, how would 'travelling' through
> town work - how would "hand-offs" between access points
> (the POTS lines) into the PSTN work? (Cell spacing is now
> down below 2 mules - 3.2 km in many places.)
>
> Eventually, I think, the network infrastructure will evolve
> into a series of intelligent 'nodes' located at much smaller
> distances to each other than today's CO (central office)
> switches that currently provide local wireline (POTS lines)
> cutomers with their 'service'.
>
> These 'nodes' will intelligently select the shortest path
> route - accessing greater distance 'paths' for cross-country
> calls as necessary ... integrate into this 'wireless' comms
> access terminals/base stations (RF transceiving apparatus)
> and you have an instance of what you now propose!
>

       My proposed system probably would not handle mobile users well, though,
perhaps, with a bit of software in the CO, it could work. The existing
POTS with cordless phones has a large RF and connectivity infrastructure
in place. Consumers are installing base stations and connecting them to
the POTS network. The trick is to coordinate it all.

Harold




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