The first step is to determine the locations that should be connected. This includes determining point(s) of Internet Access (Local ISP, Satellite, etc.). Afterwards the line-of-sight distances between the locations needs to be calculated. If distances are larger than 20 (30) km, intermediate WiBACK nodes must be deployed and planed. Similar, since WiBACK requires line-if-of-sight between to adjacent WiBACK nodes, if obstacles (hills, buildings, trees) block line-of-sight, intermediate WiBACK nodes must be deployed as well. Google Earth may be used as a (free of charge) planning tool for this exercise. Once all locations are determined it needs to be checked, whether electricity is available or alternative, i.e. solar/battery-powered, options are required.