WISP

WISP (Wireless Internet Service Provider)

The Wireless Internet Service Provider System (WISP) is an integrated Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) system of connecting customers to the Internet. High-speed wireless data links are used to provide Internet access on a point-to-point and point-to-multipoint basis, for companies, governmental organizations, schools, universities and other institutions having Local Area Networks (LAN). Wireless data links take place of dedicated leased lines where the leased line connection is not possible or too expensive.  WISPs have a large market share in rural environments where cable and digital subscriber lines are not available; further, with technology available, they can meet or beat speeds of legacy cable and telephone systems.

 

 

 

 

ALTADBIR is ready to implement the WISP networks by install the Base Station and CPE (Customer Premises Equipment) in all customers’ spots and hot spots. All necessary parts of the wireless links are available as well. Also we are supplying wireless equipment to customers and providing installation services all around the World.

 

 

Typically, the way that a WISP operates is to order a fiber circuit to the center of the area they wish to serve as shown in the figure 10. From there, the WISP will start building backhauls (gigabit wireless or fiber) to elevated points in the region, such as a radio towers, tall buildings, grain silos, or water towers. Those locations will have access points to provide service to individual customers or backhauls to other towers where they have more equipment. The WISP may also use gigabit wireless links to connect a PoP (Point of Presence) to several towers, reducing the need to pay for fiber circuits to the tower.

 

 

Review of Proposed Solutions

The proposed solutions are only provided to get know the customer with the updated technologies to deliver end-to-end high bandwidth to the users. Certainly, the customer should elect a single or hybrid solution in accordance with his current and future requirements and notify ALTADBIR to provide an optimum design based on his requested solution.

In the followings, the basic requirements of all three networks FTTx, TD-LTE, and MISP are mentioned.

FTTX – The design of an FTTx installation requires to know the optical power required to reach the end user, to understand the conditions within the terminating premise, and to have details of the speeds and bandwidth required for each user and also gathering the following information is highly required:

  • Signal power and performance requirements for each device or revenue generating unit
  • Locations of required splices
  • List of cable lengths required
  • A detailed map of the ducts with the space available in them
  • Cost efficient construction routes and obstacle planning
  • Regulatory approvals
  • Geographic survey of customer addresses (verified)
  • In-house network installation plan with required approvals

TD-LTE – The design of a TD-LTE installation requires to know the required bandwidth per each user and region population density, region telecom infrastructure, exist power for outdoor equipment and also gathering the following information is highly required:

  • Regulatory approval to operate the TD-LTE frequency
  • Designing TD-LTE’s indoor/ Outdoor equipment based on the assigned frequency by regulatory
  • Geographic survey to install new eNodeB(s) and legal approvals
  • Planning the transmission networks (wired or wireless)
  • Regulatory approvals for microwave transmission network
  • Installing the core equipment (EPC, MME, etc.) the and its Components in the telecom central building
  • Providing the high performance CPE to the users to be joint to the TD-LTE network
  • Billing process and users access management

WISP – The design of a WISP installation requires to know the required bandwidth per each user and region population density, region telecom infrastructure, number of BTSs and towers, and also gathering the following information is highly required:

  • Regulatory approval to operate the WISP frequency
  • Designing WISP’s indoor/ Outdoor equipment based on the assigned frequency by regulatory
  • Geographic survey to install new BTS(s) and legal approvals
  • Planning the transmission networks (wired or wireless)
  • Regulatory approvals for microwave transmission network
  • Planning the transmission line between the central building and first and nearest BTS