PageSat, Inc., has redesigned its Usenet News Feed System by integrating the modem and receiver into a single desk-top data terminal. Renamed the PCSAT 100 Wireless Usenet Data Terminal, the system can burst data at speeds up to 57.6 kbps, supports hardware or software flow control and operates with a single external power supply.
Says Duane J. Dubay, National Sales Manager of PageSat: “We do have customers that are running this under Linux. You can ftp to `pagesat.net' and there is a Linux platform in the directory `pub/satellite'.”
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