Fixed Wireless Broadband provides an Internet connection via a wireless antenna system. An antenna is installed on your roof with an attached radio receiver/transmitter. This antenna is pointed at a nearby Access Point tower, and must have a clear line of sight (no trees, buildings, or hills blocking the path). When you send and receive information over the Internet, it goes over the wireless link from your radio/antenna to our Access Point. From there that information travels over our “backhaul,” which is a point-to-point wireless link to a fiber‐optic connection hooked directly to the Internet. City Broadband service has very low “latency” (or delay) compared to satellite Internet, where signals must travel thousands of miles into space.