For fixed wireless applications, a baseline wireless network structure for rural and sparse areas is defined and the potential for improved high-speed fixed communication services in rural and remote areas is examined. The potential of using multi-hop network topologies in very sparse areas is explored. The cost benefits of several other emerging technologies and approaches are also investigated with the objective of finding cost-effective and affordable high-speed broadband communications solutions for rural and remote areas.In rural and sparse areas, there is very little or no fixed infrastructure available. Also there is a ... Figure 5.1 gives the Verizon wireless network coverage map for northwest part of U.S. Areas shown in yellow have cellular service. And the white anbsp;...
|Title||:||Wireless Communication for Sparse and Rural Areas|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|