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This article covers the practical aspects of wireless access to the Internet via WiMAX.

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Introduction to WiMAX

WiMAX is effectively a long-range version of Wi-Fi for fixed, nomadic, portable, and mobile wireless broadband without the need for line-of-sight. Typical cell radius is expected to be 3-10 kilometers.


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