Wireless farming

It used to be that farmers had to rely on cables and memory cards to transmit data from the field to the office. Now cellular technology is allowing farmers to communicate over the airwaves using a cell modem and an Internet connection. The result is wireless, radio-based networks that allow for real-time, web-enabled communication, vehicle tracking, and remote diagnostics.
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