Photo: Komsomolskaya Pravda
Russian student Yuri rat built a cell tower in his native village Foxes Chanovskiy district, Novosibirsk region. About it reports “Komsomolskaya Pravda”.
As he told the ninth-grader, mobile Internet in his village are very bad, and for wired Internet, you need to extend the fibre-optic cable which costs about a million rubles. “The village of the 60 yards the money is unreal. Then I started looking for a solution,” said rat.
The student asked the villagers to make from steel rods antenna height of about ten meters, then placed on the top of the router one of the mobile operators, and at the bottom set the modem and router with wires. “The router catches the Internet and transmits the signal via cable to three homes. You can connect more if the router will be more powerful”, — he explained. The cost of construction was five thousand.
Invention design student pushed the dream of becoming a singer. Good Internet is necessary in order to enable them to upload their songs and send video to online contests. Rat shared that residents of some other villages are afraid of radiation from such towers. However, his own fellow villagers and local authorities support him in the endeavor.
In may it became known about the students from the village of Novopetrivka in Perm region, who have to climb the tower to send home assignments with distance learning. In the day the children were five or six such lessons on downloading and sending jobs took several hours. Later it became known that the village will hold the Internet.
Video, photo All from Russia.