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ALOHA was a pioneering networking system developed at the University of Hawaii in 1971 as a first demonstration of wireless networks. It used a medium access method along with experimental UHF frequencies.
ALOHA served as the basis for the development of Ethernet and Wi-Fi networking.
This term is also known as ALOHAnet.