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Wireless Broadband Networks

Business Scenarios - Where Wireless Broadband Is Useful

Implementation depends on the type of business, its business needs and usage. These needs are different for households, small, medium and large businesses.  Typical wireless broadband applications are:

  • Internet access: where it is difficult/expensive to lay pipe in cities/rural areas
  • Inter-LAN connectivity in a campus environment
  • Inter-building connectivity in a down town core where cable digging is a problem and expensive
  • Multimedia or video connection for TV services
  • Distance-learning based on permanent connections to remote areas where instructor material is based on using multi-media material
  • Government facilities in distant areas
  • Telemedicine and medical facilities: in patient/out patient, emergency rooms surgery
  • “As needed” connectivity in contrast to permanent connectivity
  • Connecting historic or older buildings where laying cable could be difficult or expensive
  • Outdoor, field operations: disaster recovery, battlefields
  • Home banking
  • Interactive Gaming sites

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