What is Wireless Internet?
Wireless Internet uses fixed wireless point-to-point connectivity, such as tower-to-building in our case, with a radio. Wireless Internet is often a cost-effective alternative to fiber optics or installing cables between the buildings. The point-to-point signal transmissions occur through the air over a terrestrial microwave platform rather than through copper or optical fiber. So Wireless Internet does not require satellite feeds or local telephone service. The advantages of fixed wireless include the ability to connect with users in remote areas without the need for laying new cables and the capacity for broad bandwidth that is not impeded by fiber or cable.