The new report IGI Consulting (IGIC), "Wireless Access 2000" , forecasts that LMDS, MMDS, and Unlicensed Subscriber revenue will exceed $17 billion by 2005, up from $800 million in 2000, a precedent-setting growth rate matched only by the explosive growth of the television in the 1940s. "Wireless Access 2000" contains over 30 tables and forecasts, and analyzes critical issues such as the spread spectrum debate in the unlicensed bands and the battle of the duplexing schemes in the millimeter wave bands.
The report takes an in-depth look at the competing technologies: xDSL, Cable Modem, Satellite, and FTTB, as well as the internal competitors such as Fiberless Optics, 3G Technologies, and AT&Ts Project Angel. The report also provides analysis of the regulatory environment, the upcoming changes in the 802.11 standard, and the urban and rural marketplace, it provides over 75 service provider and supplier profiles.
Table of Contents
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0.0 Executive Summary 1.0 Introduction
2.0 Scope of this Study
3.0 Broadband Defined
13.0 Standards Bodies and Associations
13.1 The IEEE
The 802.11 Standard
The 802.16 Broadband Working Group
13.2 The European Telecommunications Standards Institute
13.3 The Broadband Wireless Association
13.4 The Wireless Communications Association International
13.5 The Wireless LAN Association
13.6 The National Wireless Electronic Systems Testbed
13.7 Multimedia Mobile Access Communication System
13.8 Home RF Working Group
13.9 Ciscos VOFDM Consortium
13.10 Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance
13.11 The OFDM Forum
13.12 The Wireless DSL Consortium
13.13 The Broadband Content Delivery Forum
13.14 The Wireless LAN Interoperability Forum