Goce, Heather and I (Robert Wray) are heading to SEMA this week. Help us!
Tell us what you want you want to know more about. We will be blogging and shooting lots of HD video.If your SEMA lead is time sensitve or confidential call us. 410-526-2852 xt 642Give us ideas in our SEMA forum threadCome to our SEMA party. RSVP Here. Talk about the party on our forums.
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:06 PM by ecog
If you like Mythbusters on the Discovery channel, you may want to check out Beyond Productions' new show, Prototype this! tonight at 10. You might even catch a glimpse of our very own Carnetix P1900. These geeks put together all kinds of projects like a Mind controlled car, Boxing robots, Six legged all-terrain vehicle, and a Water slide simulator. This is the first part of a 13 episode season. If you guys are familiar with Defcon, badge designer Joe Grand is part of the cast along with 3 other guys from various technical backgrounds. Be sure to check it out tonight 10 e/p on the Discovery Channel, keep your eyes peeled for the CNX p1900 too!
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:05 PM by ecog
Why is this the ultimate bench test? I got to sit outside with 70 degree fall weather in the Boston Commons – On a bench; Ahhhh.
For those of you who are regular readers of our blog, I promise we will get back to more car computing content soon. We are one of the few people in the country who have active wimax hardware so there is almost a sense of duty that has set in.
Verizon - 3 tests in a row from using Speekeasy's andwidth test tool
Xohm 3 tests in a row from using Speekeasy's andwidth test tool
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Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:04 PM by ecog
As promised we tested Xohm in Boston on Wednesday.
A hex on the skeptics!
Wimax’s black magic is prevalent and resilient in more places than just Baltimore even at 65mph! With a name like Mp3car, we have to test this stuff in our cars...
Below are the results of an in car “driving” test from Boston Logan airport to Weymouth. Keep in mind that Xohm is not officially active in Boston and the network is still in test mode.
Xohm did not work on the runway or inside the airport because they probably don’t have any towers there yet or they are down for upgrades. Xohm DID work at high speeds on the Runway at Baltimore’s BWI so it was not a structure or plane interference issue.
We started driving south away from the BOS airport and before we hit the toll I was getting 2.5 MBPS on my speed test results. The testing didn’t quite finish before we went in the tunnel. So I kept testing all the way to Weymouth. Coverage was patchy, but when it worked, it really worked. Bandwidth speed tests were impressive despite driving at 50-65 mph.
On the maps below you can see a little white man. These men were automatically rendered on my Google map by Xohm’s Location detection feature. They were generally accurate within about 1000ft.
I will write more tomorrow and throughout the weekend on Xohm’s Location Based Services (LBS) and features. For you Boston locals I plan to do speed tests in 3-4 other areas of the city while I am here.
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Boston College High School. 2.221 MBPS down 604kbs Up 3.47 PM Thursday, OCT 9
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:01 PM by ecog
There have been a few recent entries about Xohm and Baltimore Wimax. Those topics are covered in this new Wimax forum.
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:00 PM by ecog