Broadband how does it work?
Our Networks are based on Fixed Wireless
Skylight Broadband networks are
independent and a complete alternative to the traditional copper
landlines used to deliver telephone and internet services. With our
networks not only are we able to supply superfast broadband but we
can also provide dedicated telephone lines, removing the need to
continue with your current service provider.
We build out and
construct our networks using a technology known as Fixed
Wireless Access. FWA is a proven technology extensively used around
the world as alternative to laying Fibre cables in providing
superfast broadband connectivity. In
the simplest form our networks can be broken down into
four fundamental elements:
1. The backbone, this is the part
of the network that transfers a Fibre connection wirelessly
over the air to a remote location where an Access hub connects
into the wireless Fibre connection.
2 .The Access hub, this part of
the network distributes the wireless Fibre connection
established with the backbone to the end customer’s subscriber
3. Customer subscriber unit, this
part of the network communicates with the Access hub to provide
the end customer with broadband connectivity; these units are
located on the outside of the customer’s premises.
4. The final part of the network
is the Wireless router that connects to the Customer subscriber
unit to distribute superfast broadband around the customer’s
premises as well as providing two analogue telephone sockets for
two independent landline connections.