Definitions for "FIXED WIRELESS"
Refers to point-to-point transmission through the air between stationary devices.
A general term used to describe broadband wireless technologies where the access point is attached to a building or tower. Canopy and WiMAX are two examples of fixed wireless networks.
IKANO's exclusive fixed wireless service runs 10-20 times faster than DSL, cable modem, or other competing wireless services. Free-flowing digital video appears almost instantly with no annoying buffering. Fixed wireless saves time and money by dramatically reducing the time subscribers spend online. Unlike DSL or cable, wireless can support a large number of users on a corporate network. Wireless broadband uses electromagnetic airwaves (radio or infrared) to communicate information from one point to another without relying on any physical connection.
Keywords:  telecommunications