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fixed wireless

The point-to-point transmission over the air between stationary devices. Fixed wireless is typically used for "last mile" connectivity to buildings, and it implies high-speed (broadband) transmission. Contrast with mobile wireless. See WISP.
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The new fixed wireless broadband network operates on FCC licensed 2.5 GHz wireless spectrum, and is considered one of the largest FCC licensed fixed wireless broadband deployments in the US delivering 25 Mbps broadband speeds.
WiseGuyReports.Com Publish a New Market Research Report On -" 5G for FWA (Fixed Wireless Access) Market 2019 : Discovers the Opportunities,Trends,Risk,Simulation,Management to 2030".
Zyxel Communications, a provider of secure broadband networking, Internet access and connected home products, has announced it has begun shipping the LTE7480 LTE-A Pro Outdoor Router, enabling network operators to cost-effectively provide high-speed Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) to customers in remote areas where other technologies would be cost-prohibitive, the company said.
To connect more homes and businesses to the internet, Globe has been aggressively utilizing fixed wireless solutions over airwaves to hurdle last mile challenges.
The service provider has previously used point-to-point (PTP) fixed wireless links to bring additional customer on-net.
In line with the companys thrust to deliver fast, reliable, and affordable home internet to more Filipinos, Globe in 2017 revolutionized the home internet space by being the first in the Philippines to launch the Home Prepaid WiFi through a fixed wireless technology.
Cu said his group accounted for 84.4 percent of the fixed wireless market in the first six months of the year, up from its 76.9-percent market share a year prior.
In Iowa, Kinetic by Windstream has 102 fixed wireless sites in 26 markets and another 100-plus sites under construction or approved and in engineering, supported in part by the FCC's Connect America Fund.
"Prior to Air Fiber 5G, we have aggressively utilized fixed wireless solutions to connect more homes and businesses to the internet over airwaves.
The availability of the unlicensed mid-band spectrum suitable for rural use, scheduled to go live this summer, is expected to reduce the barriers to entry for new wireless internet service providers, rural local exchange carriers and electric distributor cooperatives to deploy carrier-grade fixed wireless without having to invest in licensed spectrum.
According to Velarde, fixed wireless connectivity is the way to go not only here but worldwide.
C Spire's support for broadband deployment, including 5G millimeter wave fixed wireless service, is part of its Tech Movement initiative launched in 2017 and designed to use the firm's technology investments to help transform its service areas and improve the quality of life for everyone.

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