Super WiFi is a new form of wireless technology that has been in works for nearly a decade now (Intensive work that is). In this case, US's FCC contracted the likes of Google, Microsoft and other big players in ICT to device a way that Super WiFi can be used to provide internet connectivity.
But why Super WiFi?
Well, it uses traditional low spectrum TV frequencies making the technology cheaper to use and maintain than any other commercial wireless technologies right now.
You need a single booster to distribute internet coverage to over a radius of 10 to 30KMS. Booster ikiwa tao watu wa Kiambu wanapata mtandao
This thing can penetrate walls and go over obstacles like hills and mountains like they don't exist. I mean we have an Analogue Royal TV made in South Korea that dad bought in 1986. Goodness!!! That TV had the capability of capturing a few DSTV channels. So you can imagine how Super WiFi on those frequencies will do.
Expect 4G like, internet speeds
But there is a problem.
- Due to the strength of Super WiFi, the technology is yet to be commercialized because of heavy interference on other wireless technologies. Super WiFi has the capability of literary interfering with any wireless frequencies out there including that wireless microphone in Church or Crusade. I guess this is why the FCC called out the big players out there to device a workaround this fault.
What do you think? It's time for our mobile service provides to think towards WiFi as opposed to enticing people to switch networks.