Long Distance Networking
A long distance WiFi access point is a low-power wireless device that allows one or more locations to connect to distant Internet services in order to reach and/or share access to the Internet. Creating a network of these devices gives different locations of an organization the ability to aggregate services so they can afford a better connection by sharing costs.
High-quality long-distance wireless networks can also serve to connect regional offices (such as clinics, field offices, and government locations) together on a broadband network, allowing each office to share information and communicate with each other.
CyuDa identifies, sources, tests and certifies a range long distance outdoor WiFi products for use in rural settings. We currently recommend and stock a range of Ubiquiti devices for rural installations in Africa.