Superloop Fixed Wireless network
This article explains how a Superloop Fixed Wireless Service works and how you receive the signal to the dish we install on the roof of the property.
How a Fixed Wireless service works
Superloop fixed wireless uses point-to-point and point-to-multipoint wireless radio technology. The connection requires clear line of sight between your home or business to a nearby Superloop radio tower.
If the line of sight isn't obstructed by trees, buildings, or any other tall structure, we can deliver a high-speed internet connection to the premises. A radio antenna and dish is installed on your roof and is aimed in the direction of a nearby Superloop radio tower.
A typical standard installation involves running a data cable from the antenna to a data socket installed within the premises.
A Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) device is connected to this socket to keep the antenna powered and will provide an internet connection to your local network; such as a standard home WiFi router.
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