The increasing demand for high quality Broadband Access can only by addressed by significant network infrastructure enhancements. The fibre plant is used extensively but fibre cannot reach everywhere. Moreover the copper network cannot deliver the high capacity service of today and gradually it is decommissioned.
Recent technology advances set Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) as a very attractive solution bypassing the economic barriers associated with fibre deployment especially in rural, semi-rural and underserved areas. Fibre-like services of 1Gbps Tier can be delivered exploiting the ample spectrum resources of the mmWave band with very high spectrum efficiency in conjunction with MU-MIMO and beamforming techniques.
Furthermore, FWA Aggregation hubs can be backhauled employing E-band solutions, in particular at locations where fibre is not available or expected to deploy. Thus, an ecosystem of wireless technologies is developed addressing efficiently the demand for ultra-broadband services in underserved areas.
In this webinar we focus on the need for purpose-built mmWave FWA solutions at the 24 GHz, 26GHz, 28GHz and 31GHz bands in order to maximise the benefits against 5G FWA.
Key topics include :
- Long range FWA covering wide areas with ultra-broadband service from a single Base Station
- Ease and simplicity of large-scale FWA deployments with quick return of investment
- Coexistence of FWA technologies and 5G in mmWave bands
- Efficient X-Haul services with advanced E-band technology