Cell Phone Network That Doesn’t Need Towers

Cell Phone Network That Doesn’t Need Towers
technology

The Serval Project has The Serval Project has demoed a mobile phone system that creates a mesh network with Wi-Fi enabled phones. a mobile system that creates a mesh network with Wi-Fi enabled phones.

Scott Mioduszewski
  • 15 july 2010

The Serval Project has demoed a mobile phone system that creates a mesh network with Wi-Fi enabled phones. The project, being developed by three Australian researchers, has two parts. The first is a series of self-organizing mobile towers that could be dropped by air during an emergency or natural disaster.

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