Wireless Internet differs from traditional internet in the way the last mile of service is delivered to the subscriber’s home. Instead of providing that last mile of service through a Fiber Optic or Coaxial Cable direct to the home or business, Fixed Wireless Internet uses radio waves (often transmitted from a cell tower) to deliver the Internet connection. These signals are transmitted directly to the receiver placed on the subscriber’s property. Once the signal reaches the receiver, the connection to the router, Wi-Fi network, and subscriber’s device is the same as any other internet connection. Wireless infrastructure makes high speed internet economically feasible for the provider and the subscriber in rural and underserved areas.