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Get wireless range of 40 kilometer

Metro Teknik · 5 Mar 2008
Uppdaterad 15 Feb 2011

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They call it Hinternet in the US—a combination of ”ham,” which is slang for amateur radio operators, and ”internet.”By taking advantage of the radio frequencies they use for broadcasting and fitting their routers with some basic equipment, amateur radio operators can extend the range of their wireless signals up to 40 kilometres.Sweden's telecom regulator PTS has never heard of Hinternet, which also works in Sweden and appears to be legal as well.”As long as they stay on certain frequencies, we don't have a problem with it,” said Urban Landmark from PTS.

However, the signals cannot interrupt other people's wireless signals or other transmissions such as military radar.”Amateur radio has always had a lower status,” said Niklas Gunhamn, CEO for Radiobolaget, and himself a radio hobbyist.

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