Remote area communications
Australian urban centres have a highly advanced communications network. Yet remote communities and pastoral stations in Australia depend on a system which is less modern and developed in an ad hoc manner. With frequent failure or shortage of communications equipment the movement of the people around remote areas is endangering lives. This paper discusses existing options for remote systems and proposes the outline of a remote network.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Environmental Science|
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