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Superfast broadband the future is in your hands

Posted on 18 Nov 2013 with 0 comments
Broadband Innovation Trends

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This paper makes the case that the National Broadband Network (NBA), far from becoming redundant due to the explosion in mobile internet access, is in fact crucial to delivering better mobile services to both regional and urban areas without any significant increases in cost. It argues that the recent development of small mobile base stations (able to be placed on lampposts for example), connected to the NBN, can significantly increase and improve mobile coverage in both urban and regional Australia.


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