WiMAX 4G FAQ
WiMAX 4G is the new broadband internet network and service of CaribServe. WiMAX, which stands for Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access, is a fourth generation (4G) wireless digital communication system that provides broadband wireless access over extended distances to fixed, portable and fully mobile access devices. The technology, which is currently based on the IEEE 802.16e standards, allows for more efficient bandwidth usage, interference avoidance and enforcement of Quality of Service right down to the end-user's service level. As opposed to WiFi, which in most cases has a reach of only 100-300 feet, WiMAX can provide access over several miles.