Now that wireless t has made phones mobile, a Jacksonville businesswoman wondered why the supporting networks themselves couldn't be mobile.
Elizabeth Wilson, president of CellTel International Inc. of Jacksonville, figured out how to put the materials needed for wireless networks on the back of a Hummer truck.
"It started on a napkin," Wilson said, joking that she does her best thinking at the Olive Garden restaurant.
That first rendering was in the fall of 1997. Six months later, Wilson had a Hummer packed with a satellite dish, generator, antennae, shelter, batteries, radio hardware and a switch.
With a "switch," the truck - dubbed a …