• Distributed antenna systems and in-building wireless

    Distributed antenna systems and in-building wireless solutions are two options to improve wireless cellular coverage within an enterprise facility.

  • 4G (fourth-generation wireless)

    4G is the short term for fourth-generation wireless, the stage of broadband mobile communications that will supercede the third generation (3G) of wireless communications....(Continued)

  • fixed-mobile substitution (FMS)

    Fixed-mobile substitution (FMS) is the tendency for consumers and businesses to increasingly substitute cellular telephones for hard-wired or cordless landline sets... (Continued)

  • fixed wireless

    Fixed wireless refers to the operation of wireless devices or systems in fixed locations such as homes and offices.

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  • 4G (fourth-generation wireless)

    4G is the short term for fourth-generation wireless, the stage of broadband mobile communications that will supercede the third generation (3G) of wireless communications....(Continued) 

  • fixed-mobile substitution (FMS)

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  • wireless broadband (WiBB)

    Wireless broadband is high-speed Internet and data service delivered through a wireless local area network (WLAN) or wide area network (WWAN). 

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    3G refers to the third generation of mobile telephony (that is, cellular) technology. The third generation, as the name suggests, follows two earlier generations. (Continued....) 

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    Enterprises are now at the mercy of public policy and consumer pricing. Anyone who needs to procure a WAN service should keep this in mind as they build out their networks. 

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  • 4G (fourth-generation wireless)

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  • fixed-mobile substitution (FMS)

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  • WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access)

    WiMAX is a wireless industry coalition whose members organized to advance IEEE 802.16 standards for broadband wireless access (BWA) networks...(Continued) 

  • fixed wireless

    Fixed wireless refers to the operation of wireless devices or systems in fixed locations such as homes and offices. 

  • Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP)

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  • Clearwire's mobile WiMAX service

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