And we also use a cross platform system Windows 2003 and Linux as to provide whatever flavor of server you prefer. August 3 2002: Fernley, Desert Springs area Access Point Now Up & Running.
April 1 2003: South Reno / Washoe Valley are now Up And Running.
With the addition of a special network card to your computer and an antenna outside, you can be PART OF the internet. Our Wireless Internet is bi-directional like some satellite solutions, however since the distances covered are much smaller (40 miles vs 44,000 miles with satellite) the response times are much better. With existing satellite solutions these time are as high as 6 seconds, while our Wireless system is typically under 50ms (IE: 1/10 second)!Our Wireless system is designed to cover the areas "left out" by DSL coverage and Cable Modem coverage, giving Rural customers the same type of performance enjoyed by those in the cities. Some satellite solutions do not allow more than one computer to be connected to the dish, and do not allow FTP uploads, preventing all but general browsing of the Internet!Welcome to the online information source for the Northern Nevada Water Planning Commission.Here you will find all documents and meeting minutes to date, plus public notices of all future meetings.Chapter 531, Statutes of Nevada created a new regional water entity in Washoe County named the Western Regional Water Commission (WRWC).
The new law, effective April 1, 2008, also created the Northern Nevada Water Planning Commission (NNWPC).
Download the Fast Facts Document A traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is defined as an alteration in brain function, or other evidence of brain pathology, caused by an external force.1 An injury to the brain can be mild or severe, and can lead to life-long effects in cognition (thinking) and body functions, such as movement.
Developing safe practices for driving, avoiding violence, protecting from falls and playing sports can help reduce the risk for brain injury.
The NNWPC is a technical advisory group that reports to the WRWC.
The NNWPC is responsible for developing a Comprehensive Regional Water Management Plan and recommending it to the WRWC for adoption.
High Desert's Wireless Internet uses microwave radio signals to deliver high speed data to your home or office.