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albreznick 12/19/2013 | 5:40:12 PM
Re: Aereo Jammers Don't worry. There's plenty of spectrum out there. And bandwidth uses are getting more efficient all the time. 
mendyk 12/19/2013 | 8:50:43 AM
Re: Aereo Jammers No doubt it will depend on the subject being teleported. Some of us will require ultra-premium capacity service.
albreznick 12/18/2013 | 10:54:07 PM
Re: Aereo Jammers Aha! Well, then teleporting would be pretty useful then. I wonder how much bandwidth that would consume per household.....   
mendyk 12/18/2013 | 5:58:00 PM
Re: Aereo Jammers Not really -- it's more like I like to go places, but I don't like getting there.
albreznick 12/18/2013 | 5:47:10 PM
Re: An Aereo Win Would let Cablevision offer Similar Services I'm not sure either. But it would be something if they tried.
albreznick 12/18/2013 | 5:43:41 PM
Re: Aereo Jammers I should have known you were a Star Trek fan deep at heart. I'll have the Federation look into this matter and report back. Watch out for a guy with a phony Scottish accent.   
wanlord 12/18/2013 | 3:35:06 PM
Re: An Aereo Win Would let Cablevision offer Similar Services Yea, except I am not sure how that would scale if someone like Comcast tried to use similar antenna technology with the amount of subs they have. 
mendyk 12/18/2013 | 1:05:34 PM
Re: Aereo Jammers Teleporting.
albreznick 12/18/2013 | 12:28:46 PM
Re: Aereo Jammers I'm sure we could too. What would you like to see it used for? 
mendyk 12/18/2013 | 9:14:14 AM
Re: Aereo Jammers Not at all -- over-the-air broadcasting is obsolete as far as video is concerned. I would imagine we could find better uses for all that spectrum.
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