|Re: Internet, cable, and wi-fi||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Jenny Guy (jenstermeistergmail.com)|
|Date: Sun, 17 Jun 2018 09:19:43 -0700 (PDT)|
Hi Linda, sorry about the late reply, I'm catching up on old emails. While the walls are open, I am installing bundled CAT5e and TV cable to each room. In spite of whatever convincing studies there are, I know people who react badly to wifi. Yes, I know you can't get away from it, but you can reduce it. I don't have plans to reduce or eliminate wireless routers/cordless phones/smart meters etc. at this time, but I'd rather have the wiring in the walls, in case it becomes an issue in the future. Jenny Kingfisher Cohousing, Oakland Calif. www.BrookdaleCommons.org On Fri, May 18, 2018 at 2:03 PM, Linda Hobbet <linda [at] hobbeton.com> wrote: > Hi, > > As we approach construction we are starting to look at the nitty gritty of > getting high quality Internet and wi-fi and all the benefits of modern > technology. > > I have heard about communities bringing in a high-speed cable but that it > requires knowledge to maintain. What does that entail and how hard is it to > learn? > > What is the best way to go these days to get high quality > Internet/streaming video/phone service/etc at the best price? Can anyone > suggest resources to learn about the options in relatively simple English? > > We have some environmentally sensitive people in our community and I know > that at least one wants cable rather than wi-fi. > > > > >
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