Fixed Wireless Explained
This article contains information on Superloop's Fixed Wireless technology.
- Superloop Fixed Wireless is owned, maintained, and operated solely by Superloop and is not wholesaled to other providers
- Superloop has full control over the Fixed Wireless network
- Fixed Wireless can be used in conjunction with, and is also an alternative to, ADSL or nbn™
Fixed Wireless Network
Fixed Wireless is the term used to describe an internet service which is fixed to a physical location (as opposed to mobile wireless broadband that you would get on your mobile phone or a mobile broadband device), similar to other fixed internet technologies such as ADSL, Hybrid Fibre Coaxial, or NBN, but instead uses wireless radio to deliver an internet service to the premises instead of using cables.
Superloop has an ever expanding Fixed Wireless network which provides an alternative to the fixed copper telephone network, and the nbn™ network.
With over 150+ network tower sites in South Australia, the Fixed Wireless is growing quickly to meet the demand for Fixed Wireless in other states. The Fixed Wireless network towers are connected to the domestic Superloop fibre network, either directly or high-capacity wireless backhaul links.
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