AMRAD Van work day
rs at seastrom.com
Sun Mar 6 03:35:34 CST 2005
Additionally, as I said at lunch, (a) the upstream (toward the
Internet) b/w is far less than the downstream b/w, and (b) I'm not
sure how to do port forwarding from outside to inside. Any kind of
web cam thing by necessity will not be streaming video, but rather
frame-grabs that are pushed to a web server on an N-second interval.
Frank Gentges <fgentges at mindspring.com> writes:
> I am not really really sure all this will work out just as planned..
> I would not spread the word far and wide. We have to plug a lot of
> stuff together and past experience is that this will be a "learning"
> experience for all of us.
> Alex Fraser wrote:
>> Are you going to set up a web cam available to all on the Internet?
>> If so I would like to cross post on some HSMM lists.
>> Frank Gentges wrote:
>>> We will go out to the lab next Saturday, March 12th after tacos to
>>> prepare the van for the Winterfest on Sunday, March 13th.
>>> We have reserved a table indoors and we have asked for two adjacent
>>> outdoor spaces for the van. The table should have electric power
>>> Maitland will be bringing an Internet hotspot setup so we can
>>> broadcast an 802.11B network signal. A web cam will provide
>>> pictures of the flea market, hopefully from the top of the mast.
>>> Rob will bring a notebook and wireless card that we can connect our
>>> network into the Internet through a cell site.
>>> We also will have a live RX-321 HF receiver on the network to
>>> demonstrate remote control and listening.
>>> We would like to have an R/C model vehicle if anyone has one to
>>> demonstrate some of the other stuff we are thinking of.
>>> Frank K0BRA
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