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Kenneth Wyrick

Below are the starting items for a community network. Once you have your target team and some assets identified we can develop your plan in detail.
Wireless community networks (WCNs) or wireless community projects are organizations that take a grassroots approach to providing a viable alternative to municipal wireless networks for consumers. A community network is basically: A WIFI system that is run by the local people to fit their needs.
Key Components:

· Volunteers - Tech and support (8-10) 
· Community Resources - Churches, community centers, semi-public spaces
· Sponsors (capital and knowledge)

Technical Requirements
Network Plan based upon:
· Target area & users (Define you target area bounderies)
· Internet connection (Consider Middle Mile issues)
· High Ground Assets
· Wireless Equipment

How to:
Internet Community Support network
ISOC Guide
NYC Public Mesh Guide
Community Wireless Networks: Why Not?
Nationwide Hotspot
World's First WiFi Nation | Light ReadingThe Polynesian island-nation of Niue (260 square kilometers) becomes the first country to have nationwide free wireless Internet

Steve Williams

National Juneteenth Observance Foundation

Phone: (888) 509-NJOF ext. 700


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