(WLL) wireless service systems that compete with or substitute for local wireline phone service.
In conventional wired systems, the local loop refers to the connection that runs from the subscriberâ€™s telephone set, PBX or telephone system to the telephone companyâ€™s central office (CO). As the name implies, a WLL connects potential users to the CO by substituting a wireless base station for the local-loop connection. WLL service is the most advantageous alternative for parts of the world that can leapfrog expensive and time-consuming wire installations in establishing modern telecommunications systems.
the provision of telephony services to residences and businesses by use of a fixed wireless network (rather than a mobile wireless network). Networks based on wireless local loop (WLL) can be installed more quickly and less expensively than those using copper lines.
a telephony connection between the PSTN (telephony network) and a subscriber's home
Term used to signify one of many forms of wireless technologies for "last mile" connectivity. Forms of wireless local loop include fixed, limited mobility, and full mobility, with varying numbers of subscribers supported in each category.
This is simply a wireless connection of a telephone in a home or office to a fixed telephone network. Using industry technology, it is an implementation...
Sometimes called radio in the loop (RITL) or fixed-radio access (FRA), WLL is a system that connects subscribers to the public switched telephone network using radio signals as a substitute for copper for all or part of the connection between the subscriber and the switch. This includes cordless access systems, proprietary fixed radio access and fixed cellular systems.
A fixed service that competes with or substitutes for local wireline phone service.
A communication sub-system that connects a fixed telephone subscriber site to the network by using radio frequency transmission instead of the usual copper wire. A WLL may use cellular technologies. Fixed telephone subscribers comprise residential, office and public area users.
A technology that uses low-power radio transmission, cellular radio and/or cordless telephony, as an alternative to local loops for accessing the switched telephone network.
Wireless local loop (WLL), also called Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) radio in the loop (RITL) or fixed-radio access (FRA) or fixed-wireless access (FWA) or Fixed Wireless Terminal (FWT), is the use of a wireless communications link as the "last mile / first mile" connection for delivering plain old telephone service (POTS) and broadband Internet to telecommunications customers. Various types of WLL systems and technologies exist.