WiMAX system helps drivers see through the fog

The San Joaquin Valley in central California is notorious for its fog. To help protect drivers, the California Department of Transportation and the California Highway Patrol deployed a WiMAX system to help monitor road conditions. In its third installment in a series on wireless broadband deployment in rural communities, FierceBroadbandWireless took a look at this system. The system was deployed earlier this year and gives drivers real-time speed and visibility information, allowing them to make adjustments on a 12-mile stretch of road. Special feature

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