With wireless broadband networks deployed in business and residential networks around the world, we are constantly discussing trends and requirements with customers and service providers. Here is our view of the major trends that will drive the broadband wireless industry in the new year and beyond.
As a company, Cambium is all about connecting the unconnected with wireless technology. But as people and citizens of the communities where we work, we’re also all about a different kind of wireless connection – our human connection.
We estimate that over the years, our six million radios have touched the lives of more than 100 million people.
At Cambium Networks, we’re inspired every day by the possibility of expanding Internet access on a massive, global scale. Our equipment is used on every continent, in more than 150 countries – and there’s still so much more we can accomplish.
Choosing a sector antenna seems simple. Just look at the gain, frequency range, and beam width. Right? Well, unfortunately not. There are a few other factors to consider.
Over the past few years, many network operators have seen their pristine network operating on clean, uncontested channels grind to a halt as interference increased all around them, slowing their network speeds to a crawl and making their customers rather unhappy to say the least.
Service providers need a product that can be reached by cell phones from 200 meters away, can serve video to hundreds of end devices, is small and unobtrusive, and is ruggedized, at a sub-$400 price point.
By pooling resources, the Windsor Park community in Chicago’s South Shore has created an Internet oasis for the whole neighborhood.
Tips on how the average person can minimize risks while using public networks.