"Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) is an application that connects stationary or ‘fixed’ user equipment (UE)—terminals, modems, routers—located at the edge of the communications network to the network core via a wireless connection. Also referred to as “The Last Mile,” it is the final connection between customer equipment and the network core." "Viable fiber alternative Running fiber over wide areas for a small number of customers may not be feasible or economic. The viable alternative? A wireless point-to-multipoint (PMP) radio system. Here, a sector base station (the point in PMP) is located above ground level—tower, rooftop, water tower—and transmits over a line-of-sight (LOS) path to multiple remote terminals (the multi-points) connected to UEs." "360-degree coverage Collating three or four sector base stations provides a 360-degree coverage area, serving dozens of remote terminals. In a telecom services application, base stations deliver high-speed broadband signals to remote terminals, located at Enterprises or residences, and connected to UEs such as Wi-Fi routers for high-speed Internet access. For industrial markets, the terminals connect to sensors and offer remote monitoring and control of critical field operations."