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Deploying License-Free Wireless Wide-Area Networks by Jack Unger

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Avoiding Black Holes

Black holes in the galaxy are invisible, collapsed star systems that have gravity levels so intense that they suck all nearby matter in. The broadband wireless world also has a few black holes. Wireless black holes are not quite as intense as black holes in the galaxy, but the principle is the same. You cannot see these black holes in advance, but they can suck all your money away. The following sections describe a few of these money traps to avoid.

NLOS Equipment Performance

Every wireless product is a non-line-of-sight (NLOS) product, yet no wireless product is a true NLOS product. If this statement sounds like a contradiction, please go back to Chapter 6 and read the section “Non Line-of-Sight Features.”

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