|Sector- Seeing that the beam is two-way, I would say yes. If a FOG solution was used, it would seem to have to be on both buildings. |
There is an alternative that the laser players offer to the sway problem. It's one of making the beam larger and diffused. But seems like this defeats the purpose of a laser beam? So I don't quite understand it. Maybe it's a matter of economics. Either pay to keep it stabilized, or pay for it in terms of bandwidth by diffusing the beam.
OR maybe, FOG is so new, it just has not been presented as an idea to the fiberless optic players yet? That's the one KVHI investors hope for. -MikeM(From Florida)