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Wireless Solution with High Stability and Low Cost

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Mar 13th, 2010 at 7:28am  
VSATplus offers Wireless Solution with high stability and cost effective. We provides equipments and solutions, first we would like you to introduce the Wireless Internet Service Provider.

The Wireless Internet Service Provider System (WISP) is an integrated Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) system of connecting customers to the Internet. High-speed wireless datalinks are used to provide Internet access on a point-to-point and point-to-multipoint basis, for companies, governmental organizations, schools, universities and other institutions having Local Area Networks (LAN).

Wireless data links take place of dedicated leased lines where the leased line connection is not possible or too expensive. Basic requirements for using wireless data links are:

Customers are located within 15 miles or 24km radius around the central site.
Direct Line of Sight between Customer location and the central antenna.
Use of the 900MHz, 2.4GHz, 5.2GHz or 5.8GHz frequencies (Unlicensed Band) according to the local regulations. In some countries obtaining a special license might be required.
Use of the 2.3MHz to 2.7MHz, 3.4 to 3.6MHz and 4.9GHz frequencies (Licensed Band) according to the local regulations.

For more details and solution, please contact us and we are glad to help you for your future projects.

Email. sales@vsatplus.com
Tel. +971 4 2993935
Fax. +971 4 2993936
Office H-21, LIU
Dubai Airport Freezone
United Arab Emirates
Website. www.vsatplus.com
Online store. www.vsatplus.net
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