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New promise for fixed wireless, as telecoms incorporate LTE, 5G

News | 03/15/2018 2:12 pm EDT
A tower equipped with fixed wireless broadcasting technology. (Screenshot via Bell.)

Advances in fixed wireless technology could make it a more viable option for helping solve Canada’s rural broadband problem, while marrying fixed wireless with 5G shows promise for connecting city-dwellers, according to the companies deploying the service.

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