North Carolina's 'Super Wi-Fi' network being relegated to public spaces for now

By , Network World |  Networking, super wifi, wifi

"Anytime you're at lower frequencies, you'll be less affected by rain, less affected by walls," he says. "When you don't have a lot of vertical infrastructure and you have a sparse population, this will be a tremendous money saver when it comes to deployment costs."

Chaney has been similarly impressed by "Super Wi-Fi" so far, even though the technology is still in its infancy.

"It goes through walls, it goes through trees," she says. "It's got a lot better propagation than what you see with 802.11."

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