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broadband

A transmission method for high-capacity data (e.g., video) requiring massive bandwidth, which is commonly carried by fibre-optic or coaxial cable, and is capable of transmitting > 1 million data bits/second.
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During these years, the BWA held eleven Congresses in London, Rio de Janeiro, Miami Beach, Tokyo, Stockholm, Toronto, Los Angeles, Seoul, Buenos Aires, Melbourne, and Birmingham, England.
But the pressure on regulators to include BWA systems in the IMT 2000 definition will increase over time, especially once mobile WiMAx systems become commercially available.
Primer pairs that corresponded to each of the target sequences were designed specifically for each BWA (online Appendix Table 1).
How sad that the BWA has been defamed and our strongly Biblical and evangelical stance has been irreparably hurt by innuendos, false accusations, and guilt by association," the statement read.
Andy Barr, one of the three recently-graduated apprentices, said: ``My training with BWA has been a great experience.
Cost is the most common concern for service providers that have tested BWA equipment.
BWA has guided publicly to operating cash flow in the $1 billion range and capital spending in excess of $450 million in 2012.
These improvements will bring an increased willingness to pay for water supplied by the BWA amongst household and commercial customers.
Both heads of BSNL and MTNL had written to the telecom minister for refund of licence fees paid for 3G and BWA spectrum licences.
BWA presents an attractive business model with high operating cash conversion cycle and low asset intensity.
This technology provides high-speed wireless access to data networks, and triple play services such as Internet, voice and video applications can be supported by BWA networks.