Myanma NET ( Myanmar's NET in
Myanmar Language )
conjunction with Raytheon RF Components, Myanma NET wireless broadband products
provide a seamless, reliable, and cost-effective solution for Service Provider
and Enterprise customers seeking to deploy Point-to-Point or Point-to-Multipoint
NET product suite includes Frequency Hopping (802.11), Direct Sequence
(802.11b), and OFDM (802.11a and 802.11g) outdoor wireless Base Station
Equipment, Bridges, and Customer Premise Equipment in the 2.4ghz and 5ghz range,
which is effortlessly managed by windows-based Network Management Software.
proven, reliable products deployed in various extreme-weather conditions across
the world, Myanma NET promises the security of carrier-class wireless equipment
with a low total cost of ownership. Myanma NET responds to customer needs by
offering full support to each customer- assisting in the wireless network
design, deployment, and maintaining constant support after deployment.
Raytheon RF Networking
Raytheon RF Networking is part of Raytheon RF Components
in Raytheon Commercial Electronics. It is located in Andover, Massachusetts.
For more information, please contact Raytheon RF Networking via email: email@example.com.
The Raytheon Company is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts.
design you choose should be based on the number of subscribers you expect to
have in the first two years. Remote access capacity (e.g., modems) can easily be
added as needed, however the server design you choose should accommodate two
years of growth.
Subscriber capacity is impossible to accurately define due to the many unique
factors of an ISP. The demographics of your subscriber base could result in
higher or lower bandwidth usage and, thus, affect the suitable subscriber
capacity. In developing countries where even 20k throughput is rare, the number
of subscribers could be significantly increased. Dial-up/Wireless figures are
based on 35kbps nominal download and 28kbps nominal upload throughput. Wireless
figures are based on 2Mbs nominal throughput. Bandwidth capacity estimates
assume 84% http traffic and 40% proxy efficiency.