[MLB-WIRELESS] linux kernal q

Tony Langdon, VK3JED vk3jed at optushome.com.au
Mon Apr 26 18:37:22 EST 2004

At 09:53 26/04/04, Jason Hecker wrote:
>If you're using 802.11b I don't like your chances of keeping up any sort 
>of SDTV or HDTV streaming transmission.  A good test is to try a DVD. The 
>best bet is to use something like Smartripper or mplayer to rip a DVD VOB 
>to a file and have the person at the receiving end be able to play the 
>file fro myour hardddrive.  To get normal playback you need 7-9Mbit, 
>depending on the DVD.  I think HDTV is well over 9MBit and standard 
>definition will be anywhere from 2Mbit to 7Mbit - depending on the quality 
>of encoding.  Foxtel off the satellite uses lower bitrates and it's very 
>obvious - crappy images.  You might have better luck with a 54Mbit card.
>Anyway, a good mail order vendor of digital TV cards is 
>http://www.digitalnow.com.au .

ARRRRRRRGH!  Has someone changed the list address?  These have evaded my 
filtering, and I noticed there's a different address to the norm in the CC 
header. :(

73 de VK3JED

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