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While there were high hopes for multihop wireless networks (mesh) to provide ubiquitous WiFi in many cities, infield trials revealed the node spacing required for WiFi propagation induced a prohibitive cost model for network carriers to deploy. However, the digitization of TV channels and new FCC regulations have reapportioned spectrum for data networks with far greater range than WiFi due to lower carrier frequencies. In this paper, we analyze our in-field measurements in the Dallas-Fort Worthdoi:10.1109/wiopt.2016.7492910 dblp:conf/wiopt/CuiDLROC16 fatcat:ipmm3byskfcobdmjglptycwefu