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Mass market broadband with fixed wireless access solutions

Wireless Access has been used successfully for many years to deliver Internet services to mainly rural areas. Thanks to recent developments in LTE, CBRS and 5G wireless, broadband access is now a viable alternative to wired broadband connections. Sub-6 GHz 5G NR wireless connectivity can provide a quality 50-200 Mbps service, while 5G NR mmWave offers the potential of low latency and fiber-like speeds. That means you can offer broadband access over a mobile network without compromising on quality or reliability.

There is now a strong business case for fixed wireless access (FWA) to address urban and suburban areas using indoor, non-line-of-sight broadband gateways that can be installed by the consumer. These devices, which use internal antennas, can be shipped to the consumer, who can simply plug in the device and get started—there’s no need for a technician install. That means fast, low-cost installations.

In this eBook you will learn about:

  • Advantages of FWA for mobile operators and new opportunities for fixed-line operators (40% lower cost than installing fiber)
  • Benefits for customers of self-installed CPE
  • FWA availability to deliver Wi-Fi (including Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E tri-band) and ultra-connected home with CommScope HomeAssure™
  • Key feature of NVG558 FWA gateways, supporting voice, video, data and IoT services

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