Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) System
What is the Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) System?
The Fixed Wireless Access System is a wireless system in which office or home users directly connect with the switching center of the telecommunications carrier or the interexchange channel to use the system.
FWA is expected to meet the needs for the promotion of competition in the regional communications market and the needs for the high capacity communication capability brought about by the increase in Internet users. As a consequence, the system is expected to be developed further in the future. The FWA is made up of two types. The Point to Multipoint (P-MP) system in which the base station on the telecommunications carrier side is connected with the multiple subscriber stations on the subscriber side and the Point to Point (P-P) system in which the telecommunications carrier side is connected with the subscriber side on a one to one basis.
- The Frequency Band Usage
Near Millimeter-Wave Band and Millimeter-Wave Band (22GHz Band, 26GHz Band, 38GHz Band)
- P-P System
- Transmission Rate Maximum 156Mbps (Reference Value)
- Transmission Distance Maximum Around 4km (Reference Value)
- P-MP System
- Transmission Rate Maximum 46Mbps (Reference Value)
- Transmission Distance Maximum Around 1km (Reference Value)