The Djursland International Institute of Rural Wireless Broadband (DIIRWB) was created in order to pass on the experiences and knowledge acquired from building, a huge non-commercial wireless landscapenet run by rural people themselves. In a rural area of 300 kmĀ², the landscape is now covered by 300 overlapping radio nodes. Due to antenna amplification, each can be reached from settlements at distances up to 5 km.

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Regional e-community building with volunteers
The Computer Support Community on Djursland
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