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2004/09/12 WiMax


© September 2004 Tony Lawrence

Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access. High speed internet with a 30 mile range (50 kilometers). Usually described as 70-75 Mbit/s, but the page link above says 280.

Other countries already have 100 Mbit connnections in common use. The USA could do that too, but political wrangling over broadcast spectrum has prevented it.



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