In a time when our reliance on being connected is at an all-time high, our broadband connections haven’t really evolved at the same pace. Wifi Dabba aims to change that by removing the underground fibre from the equation and moving to lasers to provide internet to a city.

India has only about 20 million broadband connections, which amounts to a minuscule 7% penetration. Some of the reasons for that are slow and unreliable speeds, high downtimes, expensive setups and a lack of options. Wifi Dabba’s approach involves implementing a Free-space Optical (FSO) Communication that involves using light beams to transmit data — similar to how Starlink satellites communicate with each other.



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