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A millimeter wave broadband wireless access technology demonstrator for the next generation Internet network reach extension

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We report design and implementation scenarios for a gigabit-capacity and high-data-rate fixed wireless access technology demonstrator. The system is based on a broadband wireless access concept and implementation techniques utilizing millimeter-wave and newly introduced free-space optical wireless high-speed links. The demonstration platform is to provide broadband “last mile” access and networking solutions to Internet users in densely populated areas with homes and businesses (e.g., building-centric and inner city environments) in need of high bandwidth not served by the fiber infrastructure. The investigation focuses on the radio link design, network architecture, system integration, and a compatible interface to the existing ATM fiber and satellite core networks in support of the next-generation Internet (NGI) reach network extension by the wireless technology

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:39 ,  Issue: 9 )