Fixed Wireless Access Deployment: An Approach for Urban Areas

At this CW Workshop you will gain insight into solutions available for the successful deployment of Fixed Wireless Access in towns and cities. Speakers include Renesas (IDT), AVX and Anglia.

Dates Wednesday, October 23, 2019 - Download as vCalendar
Event Times: 12:00 to 16:00
Venue The Bradfield Centre, 184 Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, CB4 0GA
Contact Name Clare Kettle
Contact Phone +441223967101
Website Event website

Event details:

The final CW Workshop for the Autumn will provide delegates with a deployment model for Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) in urban areas.  CW is bringing together Renesas (IDT), AVX and Anglia for a technical, interactive discussion on key technologies that will enable and utilize FWA.

FWA offers specific locations a “fibre-like” service using mm-wave technology.  Even better, it offers Gbps wireless speeds at a much lower installation cost than that of a physical fibre line.  FWA is a real contender for “last mile” broadband access services.

This CW Workshop will offer insight into:

  • Lowering the cost of deployment
  • Minimising downtime / increasing reliability
  • Disruptive market trends, such as Google Wireless (as a replacement to Google Fiber)
  • Use cases that could benefit from FWA deployment
    • HD/4K/8K video
    • VR/AR gaming
    • IoT
    • Connected and autonomous vehicles
    • Social media

Experts from Renesas (IDT) and AVX will explore both those solutions that are available today and those anticipated to come onto the scene in the future.

Apply to join us

Kindly hosted by the Bradfield Centre, Cambridge, this workshop is free to attend, but places are limited. Register your interest as soon as possible and we will be in touch within one week to confirm your place.

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