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Nearest payment office for new local customers to access your national network. Fourth, it must be obtained
Customers, usually through advertising with better service or lower prices than ILEC.
Then the hard part begins. Let’s say some customers actually show up.

A company called CLEC (Competitive LEC) combines customer phones and computers with all its elegance.
New Funeral Office? Buying the necessary equipment and tying a string or string is expensive. very
CLECs have found a cheaper alternative to the traditional twisted pair local loop: WLL (Wireless Local)
ring).

In a sense, a standard phone that uses wireless local loop is similar to a mobile phone, but with three . with
Significant technical diversity. First, wireless local loop customers often prefer a faster Internet connection,
Mostly at least the same speed as ADSL. Second, the new customer doesn’t have to worry about being CLEC.

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The technician mounts a large directional antenna on its roof directed at the CLEC office. Third, the user does
Don’t move, remove all movement problems and hand cell offerings, we’ll read about later in this chapter. Feather
The birth of a new industry: standard wireless (local telephone and Internet service operated by CLECs on a wireless local loops).

Although the WLL began serious activity in 1998, we must first trace its origins back to 1969. in that year
The FCC set aside two television channels (each at 6 MHz) for television instruction on 2.1 GHz. next
Annually, 31 channels were added on a total of 198 GHz 2.5 GHz.

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