WiRE: A New Rural Connectivity Paradigm

WiRE: A New Rural Connectivity Paradigm, Dhananjay, A., Tierney, M., Li, J., & Subramanian, L. (2011). ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review, 41(4), 462-463.

Many rural areas in developing regions remain largely disconnected from the rest of the world due to low purchasing power and the exorbitant cost of existing connectivity solutions. Wireless Rural Extensions (WiRE) is a low-power rural wireless network architecture that provides inexpensive, self-sustainable, and high-bandwidth connectivity…The entire WiRE network can be built by integrating a range of off-the-shelf components and existing open source tools.

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