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[liberationtech] Rural Connectivity Assistance / Helping activists at Standing Rock

Scott Elcomb psema4 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 5 09:01:54 PDT 2016


Just discovered Outernet and their DIY Satellite Internet kit today so
I can't really vouch for it - but this certainly sounds like it could
be useful.

The $99 kit comes with everything you need, including a C.H.I.P.
computer, software, antenna, and battery:
<http://store.outernet.is/products/deluxe-outernet-diy-receiver-kit>

The user manual describes the set up process and how to connect to the
satellite signal:
<https://outernet.is/s/Outernet-L-Band-Manual-v0300.pdf>


On Thu, Nov 3, 2016 at 10:39 PM, Robert Guerra <rguerra at privaterra.org> wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
>
>
> A colleague is trying to help activists at standing rock with connectivity.
> Would appreciate any recommendations from folks on this list that have
> experience setting up mobile hotspots in rural locations that I could put
> them in touch with .
>
> Really appreciate any recommendations so I can put folks in touch.
>
> regards
>
> Robert
>
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  Scott Elcomb         @psema4
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