Reading time: 2 minutes

Wireless Relay Brings Communication to Indian Villages in Dead Zones

Indian villagers in remote areas now have access to wireless communication thanks to a new technology called 'Wireless Relay'. The system, which is being tested in Maharashtra state, uses solar-powered relay devices to transmit data from areas with poor connectivity to base stations. The relays are installed on tall structures such as trees or buildings, and can connect up to 100 people at a time. The technology is expected to revolutionize communication in areas with poor connectivity, providing a low-cost alternative to traditional telecom infrastructure. The project is part of a larger initiative by the Indian government to increase digital connectivity across the country.
This stands to show that wireless communication solutions like the one RDTECH provides, can make a real positive change in the lives of regular people. It is news like this that makes us double-down and continue our work.

    Get in Touch

    Do not hesitate to contact us for any additional information or assistance.
    Simply fill out the form below.

    By clicking the “Submit” button you consent to the processing of your personal data