Fixed-Wireless Offers Alternative To High-Speed Cable, DSL

10/11/2001 | NYTimes.com

The New York Times examines the growing popularity of fixed-wireless technology, which uses radio signals to send voice and data and provides high-speed connections comparable to DSL and cable modems. Fixed-wireless companies boast about 300,000 subscribers nationally, a figure projected to grow to as many as 2 million by 2005.

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