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Utopian Wireless’ network is built on a worldwide wireless networking standard known as TD-LTE technology.  Because Utopian Wireless is building 4G LTE wireless broadband networks, as opposed to wireline networks, Utopian Wireless’ deployments are extremely cost effective.  Through its wireless technology, Utopian Wireless can cost‑effectively build networks in second through fifth tier markets allowing for speeds of 100 mbps and greater that significantly exceed the speed and capacity offerings of the incumbent wireline providers in these markets.  Utopian Wireless’ network offers many advantages over traditional wireline telephone and cable systems:

  1. Cost Effective.  A broadband wireless system does not require the upfront costs associated with a wireline network.  The costs of coaxial cable or fiber and the labor associated with laying that infrastructure is one of the largest impediments to most
  2. wireless networkcommunications carriers building broadband networks in fourth and fifth tier markets.
  3. Portability.  Customers on Utopian Wireless’ network can enjoy their 4G LTE broadband access anywhere within Utopian Wireless’ service area without the confines of a wired world.
  4. Last Mile.  Last mile is a term that refers to the last leg of connectivity from the communications carrier to the final end user.  The most common wireline last mile delivery systems currently in existence – standard copper phone lines and traditional coaxial cables – cannot support the increasing needs of the residential end user as is required for broadband data transmissions and high speed Internet access.  More advanced wireline systems, such as fiber optic cable to the home, are generally too expensive for widespread deployment.  Wireless delivery systems are the solution.  For a fraction of the price of comparable wireline systems, wireless systems offer last mile delivery capable of meeting the increasingly technologically challenging demands of residential consumers and small and medium size businesses.
  5. Licensed Wireless Community.  4G LTE offers consumers a wireless alternative to wire line for accessing broadband that is far superior to common 802.11n “Wi‑Fi” wireless fidelity systems.  A 4G LTE network like Utopian’s offers broadband access anywhere within its network, much like a Wi‑Fi hotspot you may find in your local coffee shop.  However, unlike Wi‑Fi networks, 4G LTE networks are built on licensed spectrum and offer coverage in a much larger service area.  Whereas a Wi‑Fi service is usually not much larger than a single building or a few hundred feet from its wired connection to the Internet, a 4G LTE signal spans miles of airways, from tower to tower, without any wires at all.  What this means is Utopian’s customers are able to get a broadband connection to the Internet anywhere within Utopian’s miles of coverage area in the community.  Utopian’s 4G LTE networks will not suffer the interference from other devices that is inherent in Wi‑Fi systems, and are inherently secure, unlike services using unlicensed spectrum. 
  6. Licensed Spectrum.  Utopian Wireless is building its networks on licensed spectrum in the 2.5GHz range.  The 2.5GHz range is the largest segment of prime licensed spectrum designated for 4G use in the United States.  Originally the 2.5GHz frequency band was licensed for use in providing wireless video distribution.  In 2005, the FCC repurposed the spectrum for wireless broadband services.  In order to broaden its network coverage, Utopian Wireless continues to actively acquire this spectrum in second through fifth tier markets all over the United States. Utopian Wireless Coverage. For more information about the 2.5GHz spectrum, read the Federal Communications Commission’s Report and Order that repurposed the 2.5GHz band for broadband usage, accessible at
    http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-04-135A1.pdf.

 

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