Development of an Off-grid Wi-Fi mesh systems for remote areas

Published by Chad Fichardt on

Off-grid Wi-Fi mesh systems have the potential to revolutionize the way we connect to the internet in remote and underserved areas. These systems provide an alternative to traditional wired infrastructure, allowing for easy deployment and low maintenance costs. In this research paper, our research team in Pakistan explores the technical and economic feasibility of implementing off-grid Wi-Fi mesh systems in rural communities. They examine the current state of the technology, its potential impact on connectivity and social development, and the challenges that need to be addressed. Their findings provide valuable insights for policymakers, industry leaders, and researchers in the field of telecommunications and rural development. Join us as we dive deeper into the exciting world of off-grid Wi-Fi mesh systems, and discover how they can bridge the digital divide and bring connectivity to the most remote corners of the world.


Click here to read the report.




Categories: Research


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *