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Thu, February 12 2004 8:56 PM
wireless highspeed broadband
What is wireless highspeed anyway?
It is a form of delivering the internet (or other network needs) to you over radio waves. We are able to deliver up to 6Mb of network traffic to you and recieve up to 3Mb of traffic from you. Mostly, this means high speed internet, but we do deliver standard network traffic as well as video and other types. Generally, high speed internet is considered to be anything of 256Kb or more download speed.
How does it work?
Our system uses a proprietary protocol developed by Motorola. It is small, efficient and dependable. Only one cable is used to the unit and it can be located up to 300 feet from your computer, switch, or router.
Is it available to me?
We offer high speed wireless service in several areas in the Big Country area. See the map here We are continually expanding so if you are not in our service area yet let us know that you would like the service. As soon is there is sufficient demand in an area we will attempt to find a suitable location and deliver this high quality, always on internet service to you.
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