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Local Loop (WLL) In many developing countries, there is
tremendous demand for new business and residential telephone
service. More and more operators are looking to wireless
technologies to rapidly provide thousands of new subscribers
with high-quality telephone service at a reasonable price.
Local Loop (WLL) - Latest News
Local Loop (WLL) Definition and Overview Definition
Sometimes called radio in the loop (RITL) or fixed-radio
access (FRA), WLL is a system that connects subscribers to the
public switched telephone network (PSTN) using radio signals
as a substitute for copper for all or part of the connection
between the subscriber and the switch. This includes cordless
access systems, proprietary fixed radio access and fixed
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Local Loop (WLL) Tutorials Wireless Local Loop technology
has rapidly advanced over the few years. WLL systems now
encompass VSAT, WLAN, CDPD and many other advancing
Loop (WLL) Stuff from the basic theory of WLLs, to the
design of WLLs, through the selection of vendor hardware and
system architecture. WLL Explained: Tutorials & Basic
Info, WLL Hardware Vendors, Other WLL Info...
Local Loop WLL is different from and simpler than mobile
wireless, because it doesn't utilize client devices moving in
and out of coverage areas. If you haven't heard of WLL, you're
not alone: Currently, there are fewer than 200,000 subscribers
in the U.S. But that figure could grow to about 1.5 million by
2004, according to GartnerGroup, a technology research and
consulting firm. Like satellite, WLL (also known as
fixed-point wireless) is offered primarily to businesses and
homes in areas where the infrastructure isn't in place to
deliver broadband via DSL or cable.