Wireless Broadband

UN Broadband Commission sets global targets to bring online the 3.8bn people not connected to the internet

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CableFree UN Broadband Commission

UN Broadband Commission 2025 Targets: “Connecting the Other Half” Half the world’s population is expected to be connected to the Internet by the end of 2019 at the latest. This leaves the other half – an estimated 3.8 billion people – unconnected and unable to benefit from key social and economic resources in our expanding digital world. […]

Applications

CableFree Leased Line Replacement

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CableFree Pearl Broadband Radio Installation in the UK

UK: CableFree Pearl Radios for Leased Line alternative CableFree Pearl MIMO Radios have been deployed in UK as a Leased Line alternative by partner ACCL to connect industrial sites where fibre optic cables and connections are often unavailable, and impossible to dig due to landlord permissions and land ownership.  These solutions are vital to enable businesses […]

Applications

CableFree Rural Broadband in Tanzania

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CableFree MIMO radios installed in Tanzania

Tanzania: CableFree Solves African Rural Broadband CableFree MIMO Radios have been deployed in Tanzania by partner Msoft to connect “last mile” applications, providing much needed connectivity infrastructure in rural Africa. In these solutions, CableFree MIMO Radios have been deployed in Point to Point wireless network configuration with high gain antennas, capable of covering long distances at […]

LTE

Custom SIM cards for 4G LTE Networks

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CableFree SIM card for LTE

Choose a Custom Card design for your 4G LTE Network Custom SIM cards are available for operators using CableFree LTE equipment.  SIM cards can be customised with operator branding and specific information.  A compatible card is required in all LTE networks to enable the User Equipment (UE), CPE device to connect to the LTE network. […]

LTE

CableFree High Gain, LTE/4G CPE devices for Long Range Connections

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New CableFree LTE CPEs are available for Rural Broadband Applications: New from CableFree: Wireless Excellence, a new updated range of LTE CPEs for Band 42 3.5GHz and Band 43 3.6GHz, including Band 48 for CBRS in North America. Latest LTE Advanced Technology CableFree offers excellent High Gain, LTE/4G CPE devices for Long Range Connections. CableFree […]

Free Space Optics

Point-to-Point and Point-to Multipoint Wireless

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CableFree Amber Crystal 802.11ac MIMO radio

Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint Wireless Communication In Wireless communications, Point-to-Multipoint communication (P2MP, PTMP or PMP) is communication which is accomplished via a distinct type of one-to-many connection, providing multiple paths from a single location to multiple locations. For P2MP, a central antenna or antenna array broadcasts to several receiving antennas and the system uses either Frequency Division Multiplexing or time-division multiplexing to allow for bidirectional […]

LTE

Beyond 5G: The Roadmap to 6G and beyond

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Beyond 5G: The Roadmap to 6G and beyond

Future advances in Wireless Mobile Infrastructure Technology “A new mobile generation has appeared approximately every 10 years since the first 1G system, Nordic Mobile Telephone, was introduced in 1982”. Assuming the trend continues, 6G will follow several years after 5G is adopted. The term “5G” is actually marketing label for the forthcoming 3GPP LTE from release 15 and onwards. “5th generation mobile […]

Applications

4G LTE used to deliver Fixed Wireless Broadband Services

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Beyond 5G: The Roadmap to 6G and beyond

CableFree 4G LTE Advanced is an ideal way to offer Fixed Wireless Broadband Services The underlying technology of LTE can be used for fixed as well as mobile customers to offer Fixed Wireless Broadband to rural, suburban and urban customers, using outdoor or desktop CPE devices. 4G was launched as LTE with 3GPP Release 8 […]

MIMO Radio

Wireless Rural Broadband in The Cotswolds, UK

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Installing High Speed Wireless Rural Broadband in The Cotswolds, UK Start-up operator Rural Broadband has been installing CableFree equipment to deliver Broadband Internet services in The Cotswolds, UK. In the UK, rural communities suffer poor Internet from fixed line providers such as BT, due to slow roll-out of fibre internet and poor quality copper lines. […]

CableFree Case Studies

CableFree FOR3 Microwave Links power ISP backbones in the Middle East

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Implementing Microwave for High Speed Internet ISP Backbones in the Middle East CableFree FOR3 Microwave links are being installed by ISPs in Iraq for Internet Backbone Connectivity. These links offer 880Mbps full duplex capacity with easy upgrade capability to 2+0 for 1.76Gbps full duplex, and are typically installed on towers or buildings for clear Line of Sight […]

CableFree Case Studies

The Need for Speed: Building Ultra-Low-Latency Wireless Networks

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Ultra Low Latency Wireless for High Frequency Trading Microwave, Millimeter Wave and FSO are used extensively in Ultra Low Latency High Frequency Trading (HFT) Achieving the lowest end-to-end Ultra Low Latency with the highest possible reliability and network stability not only requires a wireless transmission platform that supports cutting edge low latency performance, but must be […]

Wireless Broadband

Rural Broadband – Wireless is a key part of the solution

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CableFree Rural Broadband Gigabit Wireless

Reaching out for Rural Broadband: Wireless is a key part of the solution Wireless of course should be a major part of the solution to rural broadband: In the BBC article below, “social exclusion” is a big risk when broadband is delivered on copper and fibre media: cabled infrastructure simply can’t deliver everywhere at a […]

Wireless Broadband

Why choosing a quality WiFi solution matters

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WiFi - White House has Problems

Obama says The White House needs a Higher Quality WiFi Solution Many of us moan when we get poor WiFi coverage.  Why does the connection drop?  Bad product? Interference? Poor planning?  Bad network?  Sometimes, all of these.  Poor WiFi can be really annoying.  Lost productivity, loss of income/revenue, bad reviews.  Upset guests and customers. And if you’re installing for a Very […]