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NAU News Article on NSF PuebloConnect Project

Our work focusing on the extension of Internet services across the digital divide in New Mexico was featured in a recent NAU News article. This article focuses on some of the novel wireless technologies we are using to develop new architectures and infrastructure as part of our research.


https://nau.edu/nau-research/bridging-the-digital-divide-nau-researcher-using-innovative-technology-social-science-to-improve-lives-in-underserved-communities/?fbclid=IwAR0ukmwv7yXmH_-ee5r5ya2NVQzrA-bulnK8UdoPAsST91Qh3r4giQ04G4Q

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