To assist policy makers in understanding the evolution of rapidly growing wireless networks, Christian Sandvig, one of our early Visiting Fellows, carried out a pilot study in July 2004 that mapped the use of Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) for broadband Internet access in Oxfordshire. This contributed to a cross-national study involving the Oxford Internet Institute and the University of Illinois.
Wireless technology for broadband Internet
A 2004 pilot study mapping the use of Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) for broadband Internet access in Oxfordshire, later contributing to a cross-national study of the evolution of wireless networks undertaken by the OII and the University of Illinois.
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Dr Christian Sandvig, Visiting Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute
2 August 2004 Oxford Internet Institute
The OII launches a pilot study to map the use of Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) for broadband Internet access in Oxfordshire, to investigate the potential for a grassroots global revolution in the provision of high-performance telecommunications infrastructure
25 June 2002 Oxford Internet Institute
The Oxford Internet Institute is accepting evidence on infrastructure, policy, and public service issues relating to public availability to, and use of, broadband