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The Broadcasting Australia tower at Willis Hill near Smithton, Tasmania, site of CSIRO's Ngara wireless access field trial.

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CSIRO is developing wireless broadband technology that could operate using barely a quarter the number of transmission towers required by current systems.

CSIRO’s Ngara technology aims to bring wireless broadband access to people living beyond Australia’s planned fibre network using existing broadcasting infrastructure and UHF spectrum, such as that left behind when Australian TV goes 100 per cent digital.

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The Broadcasting Australia tower at Willis Hill near Smithton, Tasmania, site of CSIRO's Ngara wireless access field trial.
The Broadcasting Australia tower at Willis Hill near Smithton, Tasmania, site of CSIRO's Ngara wireless access field trial.
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