Global Broadband Corporation incorporates proprietary technologies to solve
difficult and complex broadband delivery issues throughout the world and
provide customers with cost-effective solutions and reliable service.


Using proprietary wireless technology, we have been able to achieve broadband speeds as high at 2 gigabits per second at a range of over 50 miles per antenna.  


Our technology does is not impeded by any structures, even concrete walls, thereby allowing the best system for both remote and densely populated areas with the least amount of equipment and infrastructure of any wireless broadband system available today.


This decreases the overall cost of implementation, operation, and maintenance while also increasing the efficiency and reliability of the overall system.  


High-capacity, wireless, backhaul for mobile carriers and cable operators, as well as point-to-multi-point distribution for fiber networks is now possible for much less than the cost of fiber cable, both to install and to operate.  This provides for a lower cap-ex and op-ex for mobile carriers.  


We have engineered a completely wireless backhaul solution that is bulletproof, fully redundant, with the highest possible reliability available.  This systems provides for network expansion and integration in remote areas with difficult terrain where building a fiber-backed backhaul system takes time and costs significantly more per mile.


Massive multiple-input, multiple-output, or massive MIMO, is an extension of MIMO, which essentially groups together antennas at the transmitter and receiver to provide better throughput and better spectrum efficiency.  This method’s ability to multiply the capacity of the antenna links has made it an essential element of wireless standards including 802.11n (Wi-FI), 802.11ac (Wi-Fi), HSPA+, WiMAX and LTE.


Moving from MIMO to massive MIMO involves making a clean break with current practice through the use of a large excess of service antennas over active terminals and time-division duplex operation.  Extra antennas help by focusing energy into ever smaller regions of space to bring big improvements in throughput and radiated energy efficiency.


Global Broadband wireless networks can provide high-speed, 

internet, telephone (VoIP), and high-definition television to virtually any location on earth and do it without the need for ANY local power source.  Our systems are 100% solar-powered and designed to withstand the most extreme conditions on earth.  This technology will bring high-speed broadband to every corner of the world.


Now, anyone in the most remote locations can have access to high-speed, high-quality, internet for data, communications, and streaming media services.  The future has finally arrived.


TV and radio multicast channels are provided along to subscribers in our DOCSIS 3.1 network.  Data speed, within the service area is consistent right to the edge of the service area. This feature facilitates the delivery of simultaneous multicast services to all subscribers, who may view or listen to content on computers, laptops, TVs, or through IP set-top boxes. 


Video or audio is captured from an external source (e.g., satellite, internet TV, radio station, event live broadcast, or fiber service) then compresses to H.264 format to reduce the bandwidth.  With the DVB-T2 multicast, we can have an unlimited number of receivers. Subscribers may choose to receive multiple video programs at high definition quality, or even more programs in standard quality.


The Internet of Things (IoT) is an integrated part of the future Internet and could be defined as a dynamic global network infrastructure with self-configuring capabilities based on standard and interoperable communication protocols where physical and virtual "things" have identities, physical attributes, and virtual personalities.  These "things" use intelligent interfaces to enable seamless integration into the information network and allow the connected "things" to interact and communicate among themselves and the environment.

Global Broadband Corporation has designed a wireless network infrastructure that will enable the exchange of very large amounts of data between virtually unlimited interfaces, taking into account security and privacy issues. 


Millimeter wave spectrum is the band of spectrum between 30 GHz and 300 GHz.  Wedged between microwave and infrared waves, this spectrum can be used for high-speed wireless communications as seen with the latest 802.11ad Wi-Fi standard (operating at 60 GHz).  It is being considered by standards organization, the Federal Communications Commission, and researchers as the way to bring “5G” into the future by allocating more bandwidth to deliver faster, higher-quality video, and multimedia content and services.


Millimeter waves offer several advantages over those delivering cellular data wirelessly on 4G LTE networks and even those carrrying broadband Internet service that is piped to homes through fiber.  


Quick deployment of high-capacity servers is a key to our success. Whether installed in a permanent structure or on a mobile platform, having the ability to install the server infrastructure quickly and efficiently is critical to to the success of a reliable high-speed wireless broadband system.

Our engineers and technicians have the experience and capability to provide this service anywhere in the world on a moments notice. We also provide all training, maintenance, and upgrades required to keep he wireless system operational 24/7.

Our team is ready to take on any challenge and provide the highest quality service available in the broadband industry anywhere in the world.


Our proprietary UHF wireless broadband distribution system represents a UHF-based broadband, telephony and video distribution system, which incorporates the full DOCSIS 3.1 protocol into a UHF wireless environment.  


The UHF broadband distribution system operates in the 400 Mhz to 3.5 Ghz bandwidth spectrum.  Establishing a new broadband acronym "Wireless Fiber" (combining Wireless & DOCSIS), our UHF system achieves a distribution signal radius, exceeding 75 km.


Our wireless DOCSIS system delivers >1GBps at each receiver location and has been proven commercially throughout the world.  


In development now for the last 15 years, plasma antenna technology has been incorporated into long-range, high-speed, broadband delivery with amazing results. This is the future of all high-capacity, high-speed wireless communication delivery systems.

By increasing the distance and data transfer rates, plasma antenna technology has been able to achieve outstanding results for any application where high-speed data transfer is required, including military, government, and financial applications.  As plasma antenna technology is developed further and becomes small enough for mobile devices, this broadband delivery technology may replace the use of all cellular-based systems in the future.