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FWB

(Fixed Wireless Broadband) See fixed wireless.
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All you have to say is that you don't want a FWB arrangement like you had before - you want a proper rounded relationship.
The Indigenous community of Alice Springs, one of the main targets of the July 2007 emergency intervention, was one of the first places to embrace the FWB program.
The current study assessed the prevalence, attitudes, and sex differences of college student involvement in a FWB relationship.
Traditionally, a lack of standards has hampered the development of FWB systems, as the proprietary nature of FWB technology kept the cost high, and limited interoperability between different vendors.
Of these alternative backhaul technologies, DSL is the most common, and cable modems and FWB lag DSL in servicing the hotspot market due to limited deployment and issues over shared bandwidth, In-Stat has found.
The case of privatisation is still pending with the court, because the Dubai based Bin Ham Consortium, the successful bidder of 51 per cent shares of the FWB has filed a review petition against the Lahore Court decision wherein it was made binding on the consortium to maintain the peculiar charter of the bank.