Originally Posted by flarssen
By hitting an obsolete tower with a foamy?
He obviously had a point regarding XPS. If not, why was the system changed from the original hopping(?) algorithm? After the change, he stated that XPS is as good as other systems, dealing with interference.
That's a good question! The answer seems to get skipped over by the fact that it was changed at all. The ONLY reason for the change was to comply with a change required by ETSI's EN300-328 rules. The new rules went into affect in October of 2008, and it requires continuous hopping for systems that do hop at all. I would have NEVER changed the system if it were not for this requirement. In order to sell a product in Europe, you have to abide by the ETSI rules, much like to sell a product in the U.S. it must be FCC compliant.