Australia - Mobile Communications - Cordless and WLL

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Last updated: 17 Aug 2005 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 8

Analyst: Paul Budde


This report was archived in September 2007 and has not been updated since August 2005. The concept of Wireless Local Loop (WLL) has been discussed for decades. It is only now that we are starting to see the mobile phone basically taking up that role for voice services in regions such as Africa and Latin America. Wireless broadband has an opportunity to establish a niche market in regional Australia, but its role will be limited. Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) are going to provide a totally new dimension to this market. The cordless (fixed) phone will largely remain the cordless as we know it today and will be extended to wireless LANS with VoIP options. WLL remains a niche market application that will be used in regional communities. Reasons for these observations and predictions are explained in this report, overviewing what the technology is used for and industry developments.

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