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Fixed Wireless Access

In fixed internet markets, cable and copper can no longer meet the ever-rising customer demands and regulatory requirements. In brownfield deployments, fiber-to-the-home roll-out has proven prohibitively costly and slow.

Multi-gigabit per second wireless connections, known as fixed wireless access, can ensure fast and reliable deployment in up to 30% of the cases. This eliminates the extremely high CAPEX of connecting individual premises by fiber. Leveraging unlicensed bands further reduces OPEX, resulting in a highly favorable TCO for the operator.

Pharrowtech builds carrier-grade high-speed, low-latency, high-availability wireless links in the unlicensed 60 GHz band. Our solutions are developed in close collaboration with equipment vendors and operators to ensure a wireless experience indistinguishable from a wired one.

AR/VR

Augmented or mixed reality is poised to radically change the way we work, play, learn and interact. Although virtual reality’s influence will be less ubiquitous and profound, it will reach higher volumes earlier and offer unprecedented opportunities for specific markets such as gaming and entertainment.

Today however, no wireless technology can deliver at acceptable cost and power consumption the required high throughput and low latency that ensure a fully immersive and fluid experience. Pharrowtech and its partners develop the next-generation technology that will break these barriers and ensure that VR and AR can fully live up to their promise.

Ultra-High Capacity Wireless

We consume ever more data on the move. Even though advanced modulation schemes and the addition of more frequency bands have contributed considerably to higher capacity, even bigger gains were enabled by shrinking wireless cell sizes. The 60 GHz unlicensed spectral bands are adding more capacity than all other bands combined, offering unprecedented capabilities for future wireless access and backhaul traffic.

Pharrowtech develops custom solutions that meet challenging specific requirements of future outdoor and indoor small cell deployments.