Wednesday, September 07, 2005

first post!

My name is Neal Rauhauser. I'm a network engineer, unix admin, entrepreneur, etc, living in Omaha Nebraska. I'm also a bit of an instigator (comes with the entrepreneur thing) and I've set up this blog to cover the hurricane relief efforts.

As of right now, 15:43 central time, 9/7/2005, Part-15 has a team of eight wireless installers operating from a farm north of New Orleans and they're installing microwave links to bring internet and voice over IP phone service back into stricken areas.

I have less details on this one, but the FCC has blessed a team of twenty five of Part-15's people and they'll be putting in a voice network for the 25,000 evacuees at Kelly AFB in San Antonio, Texas.


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