Fixed Wireless Connectivity
Fixed wireless access (FWA) is the process of accessing a communicating network or internet on a fixed wireless networks. It is a type of wireless broadband data communication, which is performed between two fixed locations connected through fixed wireless access devices and equipment. Fixed wireless access works primarily when two fixed locations are required to be connected directly. Traditionally, enterprises used leased lines or cables to connect two different locations. FWA is cheaper alternative, specifically in densely populated areas. Typically, FWA employs radio links as the communication and connecting medium between both locations. Usually, the fixed wireless broadcasting equipment is hoisted at building roofs on both the locations to ensure an obstruction free data transmission. Each of the FWA devices is configured to be in line of sight or is in a similar direction for better signal reception. Moreover, besides connecting one-to-one locations, FWA can be implemented in point-to-multipoint and multipoint-to-multipoint.
How our wireless system works
Our service based on fixed wireless and Prerequisite of this is LOS (Line of sight). At first it necessary have LOS with one of our BTS. For using our service, you only need a Receiver Device. It should be install on the roof and connect to one of our tower in city and through will connected to our main server. After that you are connected to Internet. Worth to mentionable Your Data Will be encrypted during this process with several procedures for more security and privacy.
Our wireless equipment
Upto 10 MBPS required connection we use LHG-MIKROTIK device
The Light Head Grid (LHG) is a compact and 5 GHz 802.11 a/n wireless device with an integrated dual polarization 24.5 dBi grid. It is perfect for point to point links or for use as a CPE at longer distances and supports Nv2 TDMA protocol.
The grid design ensures protection against wind, and the fact that the antenna element is built into the wireless unit means no loss on cables.
From 10 MBPS to 30 MBPS required connection we use QRT-MIKROTIK device
The QRT 5 is a rugged outdoor flat panel antenna, with a built in Router BOARD. The device has a 24dBi antenna and a high power 5GHz wireless transmitter. Inside is the high power RB911 dual chain wireless device, with high performance, high output power wireless transmitter. It has a Gigabit Ethernet port, to fully utilize the benefit of 802.11n high speed wireless. Easy to use and quick to deploy, QRT is ideal for point to point links.
If a required connection exceeds from 30 MBPS then we install Ubiquiti airFiber
airFiber delivers gigabit performance. To put this in perspective, airFiber can transmit a 100 MB file in less than a second. Rivaling common broadband providers, airFiber download speed is up to 100x faster.
With speed and throughput surpassing conventional wired backhauls, airFiber pre-vails over expensive and labor intensive wired infrastructures. airFiber is built for long-range use, which launches the innovative extreme Range Technology (xRT™) feature. airFiber backhauls do not share the security risks associated with wired backhauls. The long distances of wired backhauls are vulnerable to copper theft, fiber optic damage, vandalism, and accidental breakage. With airFiber, only the installation points of the airFiber links need to be secured.