1. Articles in category: WiMAX

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    1. WiMAX Deployment Needs Pico-Sized Help

      WiMAX Deployment Needs Pico-Sized Help
      Thursday, October 2nd, 2008 8:03 pm from GigaOM by Stacey Higginbotham Read on original site Topics: Broadband, Hitlines, Mobile When it comes to WiMAX, towers might not be the only deployment option, according to Richard Keith, who leads Motorola’s wireless broadband and strategy. Keith expects that carrier-owned microcells and picocells placed on buildings will be part of WiMAX networks in addition to towers. “With 4G, most of the networks are higher fre
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    2. WiMAX Deployment Needs Pico-Sized Help

      WiMAX Deployment Needs Pico-Sized Help
      When it comes to WiMAX, towers might not be the only deployment option, according to Richard Keith, who leads Motorola’s wireless broadband and strategy. Keith expects that carrier-owned microcells and picocells placed on buildings will be part of WiMAX networks in addition to towers. “With 4G, most of the networks are higher frequency, and that means more opportunity for holes, and less opportunity to penetrate buildings,” says Keith, whom I spoke with in conjunction with this week’s WiMAX Worl
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    3. DesignArt Announces WiMAX Chips

      DesignArt Networks unveiled its DAN2200 WiMAX femtocell SoC at WiMAX World 2008. A single-chip femtocell SoC, the DAN2200 is designed to allow equipment vendors to go below the unit price barrier of $100. It is certified for IEEE 802.16e Wave 2 and is designed to deliver non-blocking WiMAX performance for up to 25 simultaneous subscribers. In other DesignArt news, the company has delivered its open WiMAX SoC platform, the DAN2400, to the market. Available reference designs are based on DesignArt
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    4. New Fujitsu Integrated Flexible WiMAX SoC Supports Femto Base Stations, and Can Scale to Pico and Micro Base Station ...

      Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. , a global leader in WiMAX-compliant broadband wireless technology, today announced a new Fujitsu mobile WiMAX base station SoC, a highly integrated, flexible device built using the leading-edge Fujitsu 65nm process technology.
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    5. ZyXEL Showcases Complete Line of Mobile WiMAX(TM) Products at WiMAX World

      ZyXEL Communications Inc., a leading provider of secure broadband networking, Internet connectivity and routing products, will showcase its line of WiMAX solutions including the MAX-206M2 WiMAX MIMO Residential Gateway this week at WiMAX World in Chicago. ZyXEL debuts its WiMAX MAX-206M2 with the launch of Sprint's Xohm service this week in Baltimore.
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    6. Analyst: Operators should not rush to femtocell deployment

      September 29, 2008 1:30 PM | Permalink http://www.fiercebroadbandwireless.com/story/ovum-operators-should-not-r ush-deploy-femtocells/2008-09-29 Newsletter Sign up to receive the WiMAX Trends newsletter today Newsletter Archive Sponsors Subscribe to feed Subscribe to this blog's feed Sponsors Subscribe to WiMAX Trends Home | Newsletter | Industry Press | Telebriefings | Events | About WiMAX Trends | Vendor Guide All materials © 2008
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    7. Understand receiver dynamics and AGC tradeoffs in WiMAX femto- and picocells

      WiMAX deployment is increasing due to the allocation of additional frequency spectrum and the need for higher data rates and broadband access around the globe. Because WiMAX is designed to be a data-centric standard, its infrastructure deployment must be different from previous voice-centric standards such as GSM and CDMA. WiMAX, operators will continue to deploy conventional macrocells, which ...
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    8. Do We Have a Sub-$100 WiMAX Femtocell?

      Sprint, rejoice: DesignArt says it’s got a sub-$100 WiMAX femtocell. Carrier strategists should be excited because the case for femtocells goes something like this: With increasing data and video communications flowing to and fro on cellular networks, carriers are having to upgrade their tower backhaul to accommodate the expanding traffic load and preserve the user experience for these new revenue-generating services. The problem is, that gets kind of spendy. Enter the femtocell, a mini-base-sta
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