SPOTLIGHT: WiFi on the railroad gets new option

The University of New South Wales is working on an intelligent wireless protocol for public transport networks. The researchers say the standard will pave the way for cheap online access and lower power consumption. On-board Communication Entertainment and Information (OCEAN) is the name of the protocol that could be embedded in chips and fashioned on board buses or trains. Article

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