- Oct 3, 2008
If I recall correctly, the 4G bits are the most expensive component set in the Pyra. It makes the 4G system/keyboard part cost nearly as much as the SoC/RAM/eMMC module parts costs.
Wait, $work != $Intelligence_agency, or is it?At work we have to replace a lot of wireless microphones+receivers per January 1st 2020 because of 5G...
High end wireless performance microphones used in schools, churches, bands and performance venues have operated for many years in a wireless spectrum that was recently taken back by the FCC and re-sold to wireless phone carriers.Wait, $work != $Intelligence_agency, or is it?
Most of our audio stuff at $work is voip, except the intercom, which needs to be reliable for emergencies we use good ol'fashioned cables and a UPS for that. And SMS will keep working, so beepers are unaffected.
Hehe! I'd wish, I work at the Amsterdam University of Arts at the academy for Theater and Dance.Wait, $work != $Intelligence_agency, or is it?
Same here with the bands 614 through 791 MHz going to mobile communicationNo compensation or buy back for people who spent hundreds or thousands of dollars on these products has been offered.
My guess is both the 5G and the wireless mics won't work reliable anymore... Last thing I'd want is phone interference on a mic during a piece...What would happen if you just used it anyway?
You are totally rightThere's a keyboard on the other side of the board. You can't simply cut and rejoin that.