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Consumer Electronics by S. P. Bali

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POINT-TO-POINT, POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT WIRELESS LOCAL LOOPS

Wireless local loops can be point-to-point or point-to-multipoint. In point-to-point wireless, each vendor antenna, the base antenna, can support only one customer antenna. With point-to-multipoint wireless technology, each base antenna with electronics maintains communications with multipoint customers. Thus one point the vendor's hub site antenna transmitter and receiver-supports multiple customers.

Point-to-point wireless technology was developed by military for applications such as satellites used for surveillance. The technology is now declassified for commercial applications. Point-to-point wireless services are based on bandwidth-on-demand protocols similar to those used in hybrid ...

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