We have always found it important to live stream from our rocket launches.
To stream live from the launch area at sea we need a comprehensive WIFI network that works 35km over water on a moving ship.
This year we upgraded some of the equipment, so of course we needed to test it before we mount it on our ship.
In this episode of “Current Affairs” we talk about our upgraded long range WIFI network conceived by Peter Scott and our initial testing.

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