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wisp

a large, sponge-like piece of grooming apparatus home-made of woven straw.
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One of the main reasons why LMDS and other early fixed wireless solutions did not take off is that they required line-of-sight (or occasionally near-line-of-sight) connections: that is, the tower (or base station) needed to have an unobstructed view of the receiver.
This innovation of provisioning fixed wireless devices -- using a single integrated solution -- overcomes long-standing technical challenges to wireless provisioning that often requires services from multiple vendors and operating platforms.
Fixed wireless technology transmits extremely low rf (radio frequency) signals between buildings.

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