Webli Wireless Broadband is technology that provides high-speed wireless Internet access or computer networking access over a wide area.Providers of fixed wireless broadband services typically provide equipment to customers and install a small antenna or dish somewhere on the roof. This equipment is usually deployed as a service and maintained by the company providing that service. Fixed wireless services have become particularly popular in many rural areas where Cable, or other typical home Internet services are not available. The
are the transport and distribution networks that bridge the premises network and
the core network demarcation points. For purposes of this discussion, the primary means of providing
the transport from an access network point-of-presence (POP) to the premises is radio and the
distribution between access network POPs is either fiber or radio.
WebLi Wireless Network
A Webli based in Cyprus need to deploy wireless broadband internet coverage any where and any place. The subscribers Webli broadband internet by wireless must have at two radios in order to perform wireless backhaul and webli provide wireless internet access service in the field. The need to continuously expand and extend wireless backhaul and coverage in a long haul distance across country-side. To authenticate business, home or mobile users and give corresponding bandwidth according to their subscribed plans.
Wireless networks can feature data rates roughly equivalent to some wired networks, such as that of asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) or a cable modem. Wireless networks can also be symmetrical, meaning the same rate in both directions (downstream and upstream), which is most commonly associated with fixed wireless networks. A fixed wireless network link is a stationary terrestrial wireless connection, which can support higher data rates for the same power as mobile or satellite systems.
Few wireless Internet service providers (WISPs) provide download speeds of over 100 Mbit/s; most broadband wireless access (BWA) services are estimated to have a range of 50 km (31 mi) from a tower. Technologies used include LMDS and MMDS, as well as heavy use of the ISM bands and one particular access technology was standardized by IEEE 802.16, with products known as WiMAX
WiMAX is highly popular in Europe but has not met full acceptance in the United States because cost of deployment does not meet return on investment figures. In 2005 the Federal Communications Commission adopted a Report and Order that revised the FCC’s rules to open the 3650 MHz band for terrestrial wireless broadband operations.