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News Briefs (PDF)
June 2006 (vol. 39 no. 6)
pp. 20-21
A US company has released a fast wireless technology that can be used to send data over the last mile - the final leg between communications service providers' facilities and their customers. GigaBeam's millimeter-wave technology could address the challenges found in accelerating last-mile communications. GigaBeam's millimeter-wave technology could enable a building on an optical wide area network to wirelessly provide high-speed communications to other buildings that don't have access to such services because they don't have their own optical fiber connections. All buildings would need roof-mounted millimeter-wave transceivers and antennas that are in direct line-of-sight with one another
Index Terms:
wide area networks,broadband antennas,millimetre wave antennas,millimetre wave receivers,radio access networks,radio receivers,radio transmitters,transceivers,direct line-of-sight technology,fast wireless technology,communication service providers,GigaBeam,millimeter-wave technology,last-mile communication,optical wide area network,high-speed communication,optical fiber connection,roof-mounted millimeter-wave transceivers,roof-mounted millimeter-wave antennas,digital-content protection,wireless technology,speech recognition technology,encryption
Citation:
"News Briefs," Computer, vol. 39, no. 6, pp. 20-21, June 2006, doi:10.1109/MC.2006.215
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