Thursday, April 22, 2010
Do garden apartments with heavy satellite use lack conventional broadband?
One of the complexes had satellite dishes all over the place. The one I had lived in did not. The logical conclusion might have been that land-line broadband had not yet arrived to the other complex.
I don’t know how well most garden complexes are doing now in offering cable and broadband, but it’s an interesting consideration.
It’s even more critical in high rises, as broadcast signals often don’t work too well, even with master antennas (they never have in my experience; I had cable in New York City as early as 1975).