A 1 Gbit/s point-to-point millimeter-wave link installed in the UAE
A point-to-multipoint radio base station manufactured by CableFree installed for a wireless internet service provider in Rotterdam. The station has four radio interfaces each connected to a separate sector antenna, each providing 90 degrees coverage. Within 20 km of this base station, customer-premises equipment with high gain directional antennas are installed on sites which can then connect to the base station to receive broadband data connections of typically 10–200 Mbit/s capacity.
A point-to-point wireless unit with a built-in antenna at Huntington Beach, California

This is contrasted with a point-to-multipoint or broadcast connection, in which many nodes can receive information transmitted by one node.

- Point-to-point (telecommunications)

point-to-point and point-to-multipoint links are very popular in the wireless industry and when paired with other high-capacity wireless links or technologies such as free space optics (FSO) can be referred to as backhaul.

- Point-to-multipoint communication
A 1 Gbit/s point-to-point millimeter-wave link installed in the UAE

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