I'm thinking of starting up a project that will require me to stream video from a laptop stationed outdoors, far away from any WiFi network or hotspot. I've thought about using EV-DO (like Verizon's Broadband Access), but I hear that EV-DO isn't reliable enough yet to maintain anything over 100 K/s (I need something more like 300 K/s). I haven't come up with any other possible solutions.
Google has been no help so far, and this is the best forum I could think of to post this question. Any ideas?
Originally posted by Guru ZimYou could use three lines with some sort of router?
Actually, I probably didn't make it clear that I need to be able to duplicate my setup in various places around the country.
In the end, I think I decided getting satellite Internet is the only (best?) reliable way to do what I was trying to do. Unfortunately, while service is not too expensive, installation of a mobile satellite unit is well into 4-figures, which is not at all something I'm willing to pay. Shoot.
I'll take my turn being the obnoxious ass who mentions that, once you get put back together, I assume you'll want to get a backup strategy in place. I haven't had to retrieve anything back out yet, but Time Machine seems reeeeeeeally slick, smart, & easy.