3-Mac (Three-Meter Above the Clouds) Coverage is a term used in the context of wireless communication and network deployment.

It refers to the concept of ensuring seamless and reliable wireless coverage and connectivity for users at a height of three meters above the ground.

The 3-Mac Coverage concept recognizes that many wireless devices, such as smartphones and tablets

It is commonly used at or near ground level, often in densely populated areas.

Achieving  involves optimizing the placement and configuration of access points

The cell towers, and other network infrastructure elements minimize signal interference, and reduce dead zones.

In summary, it is a critical consideration in the design and deployment of wireless networks