Presentación del proyecto ‘El Profesor HotSpot’. Esta iniciativa tiene como objetivo superar ciertos límites derivados del ancho de banda del que disponen en el aula. Se basa en generar pequeños hotspots de amplio ancho de banda que pueden conectarse a la red cableada o engancharse a otras redes wifis. Así se aumenta la potencia y se pueden conectar más dispositivos.
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