Application of the concepts and principles of Network Engineering Development Lifecycle (NEDL) has been restricted to wired-network engineering development before. The work presented in this research has pioneered application of these concepts and principles to wireless network engineering. The author’s preliminary results have shown that NEDL can provide a systematic way in wireless network development so as to enable engineers focusing on important issues in different NEDL phases. In other words, NEDL is applicable both to wired and wireless network development engineering even if there many differences between the two types of network. Another preliminary conclusion that can be drawn from this work is that wireless networks can play much more important roles in areas like Archipelago and Bay, where cabling is difficult. In other words, wireless networks are not only access means for mobility or auxiliary means as in main cities along the coast, but also the “backbone” network technology since wired network technologies are no longer applicable.