While he still has volts on the rail (as opposed to a battery in the loco) he can have the signalling system cutting power to a length of track in front of any red signal to stop SPADs.Well that'd do the trick!
That would be very cool to see, and something I'd love to look at doing at the MMRC, if we had a permanent Internet connection, or a phone line...maybe if he gets the cheap ADSL2+ from dodo or tpg that is like 1tb of data or more
Upload speeds are the real killer, especially with the artificial caps on uploads (bit silly having a 100MBps cable connection with a piddly 2.4MBps upload speed!)
Yes, certainly needs lots of time, money and skill!
And yes, getting the layout finished would be the priority, of course...
well look at thisAh but the devil is in the detail - FTTN or FTTH... (and I haven't paid to access the pay-wall to read news...) Big difference in terms of speed and price (let's buy Telstra's already life expired copper network for a stupid amount of money - then have to rebuild the network before the initial, hamstrung, rollout is even finished!)
It looks like NBN is here to stay
First post of the year. When can oe have progress on your layout and be 2000km away, the answers are below.
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