Mexico sees its first open-source village cellphone network

Using simple radio receivers, a laptop and relatively inexpensive Internet technologies, the people of the village have leapfrogged into the 21st century by setting up what amounts to their own mini-telecom company — one capable of handling 11 cellphone calls at a time at a small fraction of what they used to pay.
Mexico sees its first open-source village cellphone network

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May be some CEan can try this out in some remote village. Can be a ECE project.


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