Unwiring the Last Mile

A good article from Network Magazine on the wireless options for the last mile connectivity. “While carriers and their representatives in congress argue over the fate of aging copper telephone lines, researchers are developing new Wireless Local Loop (WLL) systems that could make them irrelevant. If the companies developing the technology are to be believed-and they have trials and early customer deployments that look promising-WLL offers higher data rates than DSL, covering a wider area at a lower cost.”

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