fixed wireless

fixed wireless ˌfixed ˈwireless noun [uncountable]
COMPUTING a piece of electronic equipment, such as a computer or a telephone, that usually stays in the same place, and which is connected to other telephones, computers etc without wires

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fixed wireless UK US noun [U]
COMMUNICATIONS a system or piece of electronic equipment that connects computers, phones, etc. that remain in one place with those in another by using radio signals rather than wires: »

Fixed wireless broadband service is becoming more and more widely available at airports, city parks, bookstores, and other public locations.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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