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SubjectRe: [CHECKER] 15 probable security holes in 2.4.5-ac8
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> Ideally, yes.  However, client side DSP at these kinds of data rates still
> isn't practical. Most people are lucky if they can get 9600 baud, although
> admittedly some of that is a function of trying to use a standard sound card
> with it's limited input bandwidth (apx 22Khz).

A P200 can do the DSP work required to do 9600 baud with full FEC. I doubt
you'll find USB on anything slower

> I don't know if you're familiar with the Heatherington 56K design or not,

Not really. The last interesting thing I looked at was shifting arcnet into
the 10GHz band for 1Mbit point to point links

> but there's some information at his website, www.wa4dsy.org. Dale, for

I recognize the call tho - NOS supported some of his stuff

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