Google Bard can’t answer questions about satellite internet

Google Bard can’t answer questions about satellite internet

Bard made false and inconsistent claims, overlooked pertinent evidence, and overlooked expertise. In a previous post, I asked whether electronically guided antennas (ESAs) would replace satellite dishes in satellite earth stations. I did some research and concluded that it is likely they will. Subsequently, I discussed the same question with ChatGPT, and while he made…

Wi-Fi 7: Everything you need to know about the next era of wireless networking

Wi-Fi 7: Everything you need to know about the next era of wireless networking

Every wireless device in your home or office is designed around a particular Wi-Fi standard, from the router that drives network traffic to the smartphone in your pocket. The newest version, Wi-Fi 6E, supports blazing transfer speeds and many simultaneous wireless connections. However, another successor is starting to appear in consumer networking hardware advertisements, and…

With the implementation in Seattle, Ballast hopes for the maturation of private wireless |  Light reading

With the implementation in Seattle, Ballast hopes for the maturation of private wireless | Light reading

According to one of the founders of Ballast Networks, the private wireless networking space is finally preparing to take a big step forward. That’s in part because his small startup helped build a $40,000 private wireless network for a hotel that now broadcasts commercial traffic to AT&T’s customers. “What we are selling is as easy…