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Uploaded on Jul 24, 2009
Today wireless internet is everywhere, but did you know that there has been a wireless network at Carnegie Mellon University for over 15 years? The campus-wide Wireless Andrew network (named for university benefactors Andrew Carnegie and Andrew Mellon) was started in 1994. Distinguished service professor Alex Hills, who led the building of Wireless Andrew, tells the story of its creation.