As we all know, large warehouses are often located far away from towns or cities, so the choice of network is limited, plus a large number of hand-held devices, moving vehicles such as pallet trucks and forklifts, and changing environmental conditions (such as temperature and humidity) -- all of these issues can make the network requirements of warehouses even higher. Fixed wireless is one of your options, which is slightly different from DSL or fiber optics. It uses base stations to transmit the Internet over radio waves rather than cables.
When you choose fixed wireless Internet, your provider will install receivers in your warehouse. It communicates with the nearest wireless base station and sends broadband signals over a cable from the receiver to a router in the warehouse, giving you access to the network.