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Study on the use of Wi-Fi for Metropolitan Area applications

08 Awst 2013

This report describes a study undertaken for Ofcom on the use of Wi-Fi for wireless metropolitan area networks (WMANs). The main purpose of the study was to investigate the status of the Wi-Fi co-ordination, interworking and roaming technologies and the potential implications for Wi-Fi spectrum utilisation. The study involves an extensive review of technology developments in these areas and an analysis of three specific deployment scenarios to generate estimates of Wi-Fi spectrum demand over the medium to long term (2024).

Ofcom's technical programme enables us to keep up to date with technologies and trends, so that we can be in the best possible position to execute our regulatory duties. In many cases, we do not conduct investigations in-house but make use of external resources, such as private commercial organisations, university departments and government funded research institutions. These reports present the findings of technical work conducted on Ofcom's behalf. The opinions and conclusions stated within these reports are those of the organisations who conducted the work and may not reflect the view of Ofcom or imply any future policy work in related areas. Ofcom is not responsible for the content or accuracy of these reports.