How a Canadian mining company put a Wi-Fi network underground
from IT World Canada
It took industrial-strength protection to get a wireless network into cold, dirty environment The average Wi-Fi access point in the average office building lives a quiet life on a wall. The most dangerous thing it faces is gradually collecting an thin layer of dust over the years. APs in a mine, however, have to deal with humidity, cold, grime, the occasional brush with the shoulders of a huge dump truck and explosives.
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