They'll need to find a new name for the company now. ORACLE = One Rich Asshole Called Larry Ellison
I don't think they're idiots. I think that they think we are idiots.
Channels don't exist on a carrier.
Unhelpful pedantics. My point, as you correctly gathered, os one of there being or not/being sufficient bandwidth to do the job.
Where is "there", incidentally? I think it might be helpful to have some idea of how far out in which set of sticks we're talking about.
VNC might be really slow over dialup though, you'd need to use Tight encoding with JPEG quality cranked all the way down to make it usable at all.
I will admit to trying such stupidity and confirm that this is true. Watching a screen refresh, even when using -compresslevel 9 and -bgr233 is very painful over dialup. Try to avoid it if at all possible.
SSH, OTOH, is fairly usable by dialup.
I have heard that two 720p channels can coexist on one carrier. I haven't heard of anyone doing this with 1080i or 1080p, and I don't know if the 720p channels were running 30 or 60 FPS.
In Soviet Russia, US Rants against YOU.
Thank you for the fix. I know firsthand that there exist TW employees who are fighting to stop this. They have more reason than we as the customers do, because layoffs almost always follow mergers.
Unfortunately, that is true.
If it is big enough to contain a couple of kaiju, you could have a kaiju cage match.
Unfortunately, this is helping to keep your eye off the ball.
And I'll make it a point to start worrying about inconveniencing others when they start doing the same for me. After all, if folks would actually think about everyone around them that they're pissing off when they fire up that phone in ( insert any number of inappropriate places here ) then the rest of us wouldn't NEED a jammer now would we ?
I am sure that rationale will be a great consolation when one of your neighbours dies of a heart attack because his family couldn't call for an ambulance.
I agree with Garble Snarky. Further, if there is coax involved, finding one antenna will enable you to follow the cable back to the device.
In all seriousness, though, FCC fines or not, and regardless what you think of the FCC, don't fuck with this stuff. If you prevent an emergency call from going through, someone could die. Just don't mess with comms.
Easy. With the exception of Verizon*, they can charge extra for things like tethering your phone. I'm sure there are other examples as well, but there's a starting point.
(* VZ got their hands slapped for charging extra for tethering. They got slapped because VZ is using some spectrum which, thanks to Google's playing in the auction, has a net neutrality string attached to it. The other three carriers are not bound by this provision)