Internet access technologies
802.16 HiperLAN

802.16 HyperLAN (High Performance Radio Local Area Network) is a technique of wireless, radio data transmission. It provides high transmission speed. It is based on standards created for broadband radio access over large areas. These standards define the configuration information for the equipment. As a result, devices from different vendors can operate on the same configurations and work together. Since 2009, major mobile operators have begun to gradually abandon this technology in favor of the LTE standard.

It is estimated that the maximum throughput of 802.16 HiperLAN technology reaches 175 Mbps, which is a pretty good speed that can compete with wired solutions. However, to obtain such a speed of data transmission, the receiver should be placed within max. 10 km from the transmitter.