[mythtv-users] Any suggestions for a video network?
cisip at sprintmail.com
Sat Mar 22 01:41:54 UTC 2003
Are there linux drivers for the 802.11g? I tried the video sender and
receiver thing from x10. severe distortion when my microwave is running
(or my neighbor's). You cant heat your food and watch at the same time.
On Fri, 2003-03-21 at 10:47, Kyle Bowerman wrote:
> You could try the new 802.11g at 54Mb. The 2.4 Ghz video sender and
> reciver from x10.com work well if you don't have two obstructions.
> On Fri, 21 Mar 2003, Dwight Hubbard wrote:
> > I regularly watch my recorded videos on my laptop via 802.11b. Works fine
> > as long as I have a 11Mbps connection. It only cuts out of I drop to
> > 2Mbps.
> > > I have 10mbps homepna and it is not cutting it. It struggled with myth
> > > .7 and lags severely in .8. 802.11b is even slower. Any suggestions? I
> > > have 10/100 mpbs lan cards but dont want to put cables all over the
> > > apartment. Are there any wireless solutions supported in linux with
> > > enough bandwidth for mythtv? Thanks
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Chris <cisip at sprintmail.com>
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