INTERNET FOR SCHOOLS AND OTHER COMMUNITIES
The internet is the path to the future for children around the world, and especially for those who live in remote locations. Governments and international organizations such as One Laptop per Child (OLPC) work toward the supply of access to the internet for all schools and other communities in such areas. In the absence of a cable infrastructure for those projects, Wi–Fi networks present themselves as the main alternative.
The solution for providing internet access to schools has proved to be very efficient in terms of quality of service and overall costs. The solution is based on wireless broadband base stations using the unique and powerful beamforming technology. Only one base station is capable of providing access not only to the school, but also to the homes of the students and to the whole community in the area.