[Bloat] [LibreQoS] [Rpm] [Starlink] On FiWi

Robert McMahon rjmcmahon at rjmcmahon.com
Tue Mar 14 14:14:00 EDT 2023

It's not  discrete routers. It's more like a transceiver. WiFi is already splitting at the MAC for MLO. I perceive two choices for the split, one at the PHY DAC or, two, a minimalist 802.3 tunneling of 802.11 back to the FiWi head end. Use 802.3 to leverage merchant silicon supporting up to 200 or so RRHs or even move the baseband DSP there. I think a split PHY may not work well but a thorough eng analysis is still warranted.


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On Mar 14, 2023, 10:54 AM, at 10:54 AM, dan <dandenson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> You could always do it yourself.
>> Most people need high skilled network engineers to provide them IT
>services. This need is only going to grow and grow. We can help by
>producing better and simpler offerings, be they DIY or by service
>> Steve Job's almost didn't support the iPhone development because he
>hated "the orifices." Probably time for many of us to revisit our
>belief set. Does it move the needle, even if imperfectly?
>> FiWi blows the needle off the gauge by my judgment. Who does it is
>> Bob
>most people are unwilling to pay for those services also lol.
>I don't see the paradigm of discreet routers/nat per prem anytime
>soon.  If you subtract that piece of it then we're basically just
>talking XGSPON or similar.
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