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Has anyone implemented a WIMAX solution for education using digital signage and E-TV?
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Can you include some of the resources that talk about how it works over WiFi? I took a look on their website, but I've never found the information I've been looking for on their website in the past. If I can read what you read about the technology, I might be able to let you know if it will theoretically work over WIMAX. It depends on how it delivers content.
Chris Shipley Nutmeg Consulting
WiMAX now is where Wi-Fi was like 10 years ago.
Wi-Fi works now with just about every STA (i.e. client station), and WiMAX is a total crapshoot, as things are not yet standardized.
What are you looking to ultimately do? My guess is that Wi-Fi will work much better for what you need, particularly since WiMAX operates on licensed frequencies.
Try www.iSeeBoard.com, a web based digital signage solution both on CMS and media player. It has 30 days free try account with single device connection. To play your content, simply put the device specific URL on your player PC with browser (best result with IE8) that connects to the Internet. As you can see, it is hardware independent, ie, you can use either Cat5, Wifi, WIMAX, or 3/4G. To manage your content, use PC and logon to your iSeeBoard.com account. iSeeBoard CMS allows you to create multiple zones in one display and play scheduled content.
What kind of range are you looking at? Are all of these devices within a single building, or are they across networks, etc?
Tim ClaremontSystems AdministratorRochester, NY
I just purchased a LED Sign for our church. The sign comes with a Nova received card , sending card , sending box , light sensor and package. Could you recommend what we need and how much it will cost.
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