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BRIDGE. A building constructed over a river, creek, or other stream, or ditch or other place, in order to facilitate the passage over the same. 3 Harr. 108.
     2. Bridges are of several kinds, public and private. Public bridges may be divided into, 1st. Those which belong to the public; as state, county, or township bridges, over which all the people have a right to pass, with or without paying toll these are built by public authority at the public expense, either of the state itself, or a district or part of the state.
     3. - 2d. Those which have been built by companies, or at the expense of private individuals, and over Which all the people have a right to pass, on the payment of a toll fixed by law. 3d. Those which have been built by private individuals and which have been dedicated to public uses. 2 East, R. 356; 5 Burr. R. 2594; 2 Bl. R. 685 1 Camp. R. 262, n.; 2 M. & S. 262.
     4. A private bridge is one erected for the use of one or more private persons; such a bridge will not be considered a public bridge, although it may be occasionally used by the public. 12 East, R. 203-4. Vide 7 Pick. R. 844; 11 Pet. R. 539; 7 N. H. Rcp. 59; 1 Pick. R. 432; 4 John. Ch. R. 150.

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com)-- LightPointe, a leading manufacturer of Gigabit capacity outdoor point-to-point wireless bridges, announced a special Customer Appreciation Two for One promotion which runs through the end of the year.
1 /PRNewswire/ -- LightPointe, a designer and manufacturer of optical wireless products based on free-space optics (FSO) technology, today announced that Internet Thailand Public Company Limited (INET), a leading ISP and network infrastructure provider for e-commerce, has deployed the company's FlightSpectrum(TM) optical wireless bridges to expedite high-speed MetroLAN Internet services to Bangkok-area businesses.
The new D-LinkAir DWL-900AP Combination Wireless Bridge or Access Point provides users with the ability to weave a "web" of wireless connectivity across large areas when set to one of the two bridging modes or create a wireless network infrastructure in access point mode.
All Speedlan wireless bridges support everything from simple point-to-point connections to more complex point-to-multipoint operations.
Most manufacturers offer their wireless bridge products in two configurations: one for transmission between buildings no more than two to three miles apart and one for longer distances.
The HD26200 is made up of two high performance Ubiquiti network radios with integrated 17dbi dual polarity antennas that are configured in wireless bridge mode.
8220;SRC, based in Slovenia, is a perfect example of a company which has enjoyed years of point-to-point wireless bridge success with our advanced data transmission solutions, which include laser bridges and backhaul radios such as 60 GHz V-band and 70/80 GHz E-band wireless bridges.
Starting back in October 2002, D-Link was the first networking company to address the specific needs of console gamer owners to connect gaming systems to each other and the Internet wirelessly with the launch of the D-Link DWL-G810 Air Ethernet to Wireless Bridge and again with the D-Link DWL-810+ Enhanced Wireless Bridge.
Lumera's wireless bridge offers high data rate transmission at low cost in an integrated solution, while avoiding the expense of digging and laying optical fiber.
8220;The Aire X-Stream Series is the culmination of over fourteen years of wireless bridge development at LightPointe and features the broadest line of high speed, low latency solutions available.
Worldwide Computer Products News-4 May 2001-Bluesocket launch secure wireless bridge for 802.
a leading wireless networking device provider for manageable, reliable, and secure wireless access, announced the release of OWL600RL, Outdoor Point-to-Point Wireless Bridge.

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