Fixed wireless broadband has been used to provide underserved or unserved areas where fixed broadband infrastructure is limited. LTE technology has been widely used to provide fixed wireless broadband access to such areas in different markets. Operators are now looking into 5G technology to provide fixed wireless broadband to residential users. The deployments will no longer be limited to rural areas but urban and suburban areas with low fiber penetration are expected to be covered with fixed wireless broadband access using 5G and LTE in the years to come.
This report presents fixed wireless deployments in 5G, LTE and other technologies by operators, service packages and pricing, CPE availability and features. Operator activities in 5G fixed wireless deployments and spectrum considerations are presented. The report includes forecasts for fixed wireless broadband subscriber base, ARPU and service revenue for North America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East, and Africa.
The report lists service providers providing fixed wireless broadband access including AT&T, Bell, Orange, Telefonica, Verizon, etc. and CPE vendors including ARRIS, Huawei, Netgear, NetComm, Sagemcom, Technicolor, ZyXel, ZTE, etc.
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