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The Murchison Widefield Array will soon have the mantle of the highest-capacity link in the most remote location in Australia, courtesy of a national upgrade to the AARNet network. Although it's 300 km away from the city of Geraldton, the AARnet upgrade will deliver transmission speeds of up to 8 Tbps to Murchison at one end of …

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Oh come on

Couldn't they have just run fibre to the end of the highway and used wireless for that last bit?

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Re: Oh come on

Or, like the new National Broadband Network under the Tories, tin cans?

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Re: Oh come on

you really need the joke warning on this one.

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Meanwhile here in Perth WA....

You'll be lucky if you can hitch to a slow ADSL2 connection.

The (new) Governments "NBN" won't save us either.

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