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UNITED STATES
Telephone: 1-540-722-6705
Fax: 1-540-678-4279
E-mail: info@worldairwaves.com

CANADA
Telephone: 1-604-639-7747
E-mail: info@worldairwaves.ca

 

 Wireless

Network Architecture

We utilize industry standard TCP-IP all-digital network for easy integration and reliability into customer networks. In addition, our technology provides the subscriber with a constant connection to the Internet without a second telephone line or costly leased line. Our network equipment uses all-digital wireless technology and encryption to ensure high levels of security within our network.
Employing advanced all-digital wireless network technology, World Airwaves utilizes the 2.4 GHz and will employ the 5.8 GHz license-exempt spectrum, as well a 23 GHz, broadband service at speeds of up to 10 megabits per second (Mbps). Access speeds are expected to increase to 32 Mbps within eight months, 100 Mbps within twelve months and 155 Mbps within eighteen months as new technology and equipment is deployed.

Rapid Deployment

Our wireless all-digital broadband technology can be deployed considerably more rapidly than wire line and other wireless technologies, generally within 72 hours after obtaining access to a customer's building. In contrast to copper or fiber, our wireless customers save significant time and expense.

Less Rain/Snow Fade

Our competitors in the LMDS spectrum operate primarily in the 28 and 38 GHz range. In addition to the very high costs of licenses and equipment, these frequencies are highly susceptible to rain and snow, and are 200-300 times more susceptible to a rain/snow fade than the ISM bands as they are 4 and 5 octaves higher in frequency. In addition to our wireless Internet offering, we also offer our customers popular services such as web hosting at our top rated web hosting company, Cobalt Racks.

Definitions

2.4 GHz - The 2.4 GHz Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM), band is restricted to data services and data transfer. Current and planned deployments include fixed wireless data, mobile wireless data, data telephony services, and wireless LAN equipment.


5.8 GHz - The 5.8 GHz spectrum in the Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure (U-NII) and ISM bands are authorized and being used for applications similar to the other unlicensed spectrum. Current uses of this 325 MHz of spectrum include wireless data, wireless telephony, and wireless LAN equipment.


900 MHz - The 900 MHz ISM band is open to an almost unlimited number of uses that include fixed wireless data and telephony, mobile wireless data telephony, cordless phones and garage door openers, and radio-controlled toys. We are in the developmental stages of using this spectrum for special applications to access heavily forested areas.


ISM - Industrial, Scientific and Medical - ISM frequencies are unlicensed; in other words, they can be used for any variety of applications without the requirement for FCC permission. These applications include fixed wireless data, mobile wireless data, data telephony services, and wireless LAN equipment.


LMDS - Local Multipoint Distribution System - A line-of-sight technology using microwave technology in the 28 and 38 GHz range. This technology was originally developed a wireless local loop for the CATV industry. LMDS is still competitive with conventional cable based CATV.


U-NII - Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure - U-NII is authorized and being used for applications similar to the other unlicensed spectrum to include fixed wireless data, mobile wireless data, data telephony services, and wireless LAN equipment.

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