Wednesday, September 8

Wi-Fi is living up to and surpassing it's promise

This may not be the headline others may give this news, but it is important to note that this is a milestone for WiFi. If networks like this can come in to creation cost effectively in rural areas the dream of conquering the digital divide is one step closer.
"The world's largest wireless network is not the proposed network in Philadelphia. It's in Walla Wall, Washington. Built by the Columbia Rural Electric Association, the network covers an area larger than the state Rhode Island. The network is already operational in the rural Washington State farming community of Walla Walla."
From Slashdot | Wheat Field Wi-Fi

Article Rolling wheat fields are also Wi-Fi country

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