FBBW

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FBBWFixed Broadband Wireless
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operators begin to deploy fixed broadband wireless service in secondary markets, we can supply proven, reliable systems that provide cost-effective solutions to meet their ROI objectives," said Michael D.
"In effect, data providers who roll out next generation services such as WiMAX are not only providing their customers with an answer to getting online as soon as possible, but they're also readying themselves for introducing new products to diversify their revenue streams," added CC Puan.Suited for emerging markets that have yet to build a broadband infrastructure, according to industry analysts, WiMAX provides fixed broadband wireless metropolitan access networks employing a point-to-multipoint architecture.
(based in Boca Raton FL), a provider of fixed broadband wireless DSL networks, announced Dec.
Operating at a frequency range of 160 to 170 MHz with an 80 kHz step size, this device is ideally suited for fixed broadband wireless systems.
(Nasdaq: HYBR), a provider of high-capacity MMDS fixed broadband wireless Internet access systems, has unveiled that its fixed broadband wireless system is interoperable with ORiNOCO Wi-Fi wireless LAN systems manufactured by Agere Systems (NYSE: AGR.A), a global supplier of wireless LAN systems.
FIXED BROADBAND WIRELESS RADIO delivers the performance of a fiber-optic network.
InfiNet Wireless, global provider of fixed broadband wireless connectivity, recently announced the launch of InfiPLANNER -- a new cloud-based point-to-point (PTP) link planning service enabling anyone, regardless of their level of technical knowledge, build and plan a wireless network.
Established in 1993, InfiNet Wireless is one of the largest privately owned Fixed Broadband Wireless Access (FBWA) development and manufacturing companies in the world.
C[pounds sterling]In effect, data providers who roll out next generation services such as WiMAX are not only providing their customers with an answer to getting online as soon as possible, but theyCOre also readying themselves for introducing new products to diversify their revenue streams,C[yen] added CC Puan.Suited for emerging markets that have yet to build a broadband infrastructure, according to industry analysts, WiMAX provides fixed broadband wireless metropolitan access networks employing a point-to-multipoint architecture.
ACT Jordan obtained a 3.6GHz frequency licence for Fixed Broadband Wireless Access (FBWA) in Jordan at the start of 2007 and is currently deploying a nationwide WiMAX service.