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Will Barkis 9/28/2016 | 2:08:47 PM
Re: Gigabit 101 @greenmail777 -- VERY interesting question re smell/olfaction. I don't know the exact number of olfactory sensory neurons but as far as I understand it the encoding of the information is not well understood. That said, the temporal resolution may be lower. 
greenmail777 9/28/2016 | 2:08:37 PM
Re: Gigabit 101 Will, to your point,  Google has slowed it's fiber deployment,  I think rethinking trenching and moving to Fiber to the distribution point,  (wireless distribution points)  with testing licenses granted to a limited area in downtown KC.

tonytalerico 9/28/2016 | 2:08:11 PM
Re: Gigabit 101 Thanks all.  Interesting perspectives across the board.
Kelsey Ziser 9/28/2016 | 2:07:46 PM
Re: Gigabit 101 @Will like fault isolation devices for the smart grid?
TeleWRTRLiz 9/28/2016 | 2:07:37 PM
Re: Gigabit 101 Thanks everyone for such great questions and thanks to @Will and @Kelsey! Till Friday, folks!
foxberg1 9/28/2016 | 2:07:16 PM
Re: Gigabit 101 Thank you!
Will Barkis 9/28/2016 | 2:07:06 PM
Re: Gigabit 101 Chattanooga is using their network a lot of different ways. Some of it is for understanding the state of their electric power grid and helping respond to down time after storms and things. They are also using it to demonstrate a few educational applications like controlling a 4K microscope based at USC remotely. They are doing a bunch of really great stuff and I am happy to put you in touch with some of the comminity catalysts there if you want to learn more specifics.
Kelsey Ziser 9/28/2016 | 2:06:49 PM
Re: Gigabit 101 @Will thanks for an excellent start to our Gigabit series, this has been very enlightening! And thanks for sticking around to answer our questions. @Listeners thanks for tuning in today and we'll see you back here on Friday for Gigabit & the Great Migration
greenmail777 9/28/2016 | 2:06:26 PM
Re: Gigabit 101 How about Smell?  I would imagine the neurons used for processing smell would be more data intensive than visual.  

Thanks Kelsey, looking forward to that lecture.  I am in Kansas City and the Smart City initiatives are on everyone's mind.
Will Barkis 9/28/2016 | 2:05:10 PM
Re: Gigabit 101 And wireless can go beyond gigabit speeds as well.
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