"The speed [of TrangoLINK Giga] is incredible, being as fiber-like as it gets, and the low latency creates a great performance boost for our enhanced services."
Todd Brandenburg, President
Broadband Internet Access—The Last Mile
High-Speed Internet Connections for Business & Residential Customers
Demand for high-speed broadband Internet access continues to grow on a daily basis. This is good news for Internet Service Providers (ISPs), however broadband network operators face ongoing challenges associated with finding faster, easier and more cost-efficient ways of meeting that demand. Broadband Internet access equipment from Trango enables network operators to deliver reliable high-speed data, voice, video, and rich media services with minimal investment and maximum flexibility.
What is Broadband Internet Access?
The term Broadband Internet Access is generally defined by the expected speed of an Internet connection. The term "high-speed" is often used when referring to Broadband Internet Access and the speed of a "broadband" connection is typically at least 256 kbps (kilobits per second) and more commonly around 1 Mbps (megabits per second) or higher. But Broadband Internet Access is more than just the connection speed. It is the extra capabilities and possibilites that the extra speed gives to the end user that truly defines the meaning of Broadband Internet Access.
What is Broadband? The word "broadband" comes from "broad bandwidth" and refers to a high-capacity transmission medium capable of simultaneously carrying multiple types of data over a single communications medium. So "Broadband Internet Access" can be defined as a two-way connection between an access network and an end usesr which is capable of supporting data, voice, and full-motion interactive video applications. It is these extra capabilities, rather than simply the "high speed", that defines what it means to Broadband Internet Access subscribers today.
Broadband Wireless Access (BWA)
A Broadband Wireless Access radio network consists of base stations (or Access Points) and Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) radios, also called Subscriber Units (SU). A wireless Access Point (AP) is typically mounted on towers or tall buildings since each customer requires line-of-sight (LOS) back to the base station in order to receive service. The AP delivers a high-speed Internet connection bandwidth to each SU (up to 500 per AP) within it's 60° service sector. Because the AP is communicating with multiple SUs, it is considered a point-to-multipoint (PmP) network. Point-to-multipoint wireless networks are highly cost efficient and easy to manage since the Access Points serve as the management portal and their quantities are limited.
Advantages of Wireless Broadband Internet Access
Trango's high-speed fixed wireless broadband internet access equipment is the quickest and most cost effective way to reach the most customers.
- Quick and easy to install — faster return on investment, lower Total Cost of Ownership
- Flexibility — Trango wireless Internet access networks are easy to scale and grow as your business requirements change
- No recurring costs — you own the infrastructure
- Low equipment costs — Base station costs are minimal when compared to long range wired facilities costs.
- Easy to add subscribers — subscriber unit and customer acquisition costs are very low; up to 500 SUs per AP
- High Speed — DSL and Cable are limited to slow speeds compared to broadband Internet access solutions from Trango: up to 10 Mbps per subscriber
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