Wireless Networks in the South

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This is a non-exhaustive list of networks using unlicensed spectrum in the south. The criteria for adding them is that they are cases where unlicensed spectrum has been used to create alternative infrastructure serving a diverse group spanning multiple physical locations. So not universities, hotels, cafes, or individual telecentres.

AirJaldi - India http://airjaldi.com/

WaziWiFi - Google / Wananchi - Kenya Google-supported WiFi pilot with mobile payments for WiFi access http://waziwifi.co.ke/

Dili Village Telco - East Timor http://dili.villagetelco.org/

Scarborough Mesh - Cape Point, South Africa http://www.prospect.ac.za/wifi/faq.html

Parque Online - Rio http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nAHQ-5u-Y4

RedGal in the Galapagos Islands. http://www.ursi.org/files/RSBissues/RSB_339_2011_12.pdf

RETIEM (Red Teleinformatica del Estado Merida), Venezuela http://www.fundacite-merida.gob.ve/drupal/?q=node/124&PHPSESSID=dd1842dc5b9cdb244f0f2f968e4c0f3e

Fantsuam, Nigeria http://zittnet.net/

Sengerema Telecenter Mesh Network http://write.less.dk/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/sengerema_mesh_network_ictp_2009_compressed.pdf http://www.balancingact-africa.com/news/en/issue-no-460/web-and-mobile-data/rural-wireless-netwo/en

Macha/Linknet Zambia http://www.techradar.com/news/computing/how-linux-is-changing-lives-in-zambia-1067863

FADECO, Tanzania http://www.fadeco.org/ICT4D2.htm

Nepal Wireless http://nepalwireless.net/