Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPs) typically need towers for their backhaul radios and access points. Broadcasters need Internet access at their transmitter sites. It’s like a mariage made in heaven! On this episode of TWiRT, Kent Winrich, CTO of Open Broadband, a North Carolina-based WISP, describes the technical aspects of a WISP network, and the frequency bands used for network deployment.
- Open Broadband of North Carolina
- Google Network Planner
- Chris’s favorite coffee mug – 12 oz Scout
- RF Elements – Videos explaining WISP concepts and implementations
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