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Japanese Deployment of CDMA2000 1X on 2 GHz Network

Motorola has announced that it has begun deployment of its CDMA2000 1X solution on a 2 GHz network for KDDI, a carrier for 3G cellular phone services in Japan. The new packet-based 2 GHz network will allow the carrier to leverage additional bandwidth while offering the opportunity to provide...
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Alcatel Graduates Towards Cambodian Scholarships

In an effort to reduce the digital divide, Alcatel is granting scholarships to top students at the Institute Technology Cambodia (ITC) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Additionally, the company will organise a series of telecom training programs to enhance the telecom knowledge of the students at ITC. The agreement is...
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DTI AIMs for RFID Centres

As part of the UK Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI) effort to encourage the establishment of a network of specialist radio frequency identification (RFID) technology centres around the country and also to play a key European role, it has invited AIM UK, the independent industry association representing RFID,...
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Nokia to Expand GSM/EDGE Network in Ecuador

Under a $77 M agreement Nokia is expanding and modernising PORTA’s GSM/EDGE network in Ecuador. To fulfill the agreement Nokia will supply a complete range of GSM/EDGE infrastructure equipment and services to enable the operator to further expand and modernise its network. Deliveries are ongoing and the network is...
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ZigBee Alliance Continues Strong Growth

The ZigBee Alliance, an association of companies working together to enable wirelessly networked monitoring and control products based on an open global standard, announced 16 new member companies have joined, bringing its membership to more than 100 companies. New member companies include: Cisco Systems Inc.; Control4; ELDAT Gesellschaft fur...
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Wi-Fi Versus Wi-MAX: ABI Research Considers Their Future

WiMAX enthusiasts sometimes claim that it will “kill” Wi-Fi. Nothing could be further from the truth, according to current studies from ABI Research. Phil Solis, senior analyst for wireless connectivity, notes that Intel, the most aggressive of WiMAX IC vendors, expects to have chipsets ready for sale to laptop...
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IEEE Begins Work on WRAN Standard

Over-the-air broadcast TV channels are separated by unused frequencies. This “white space” in the broadcast spectrum varies with the channels present in a locale and creates opportunities for other applications. As a step in putting these unused channels to practical use, the IEEE has started work on a standard...
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The Book End

Ultra-Wideband Radio Technology Kasimierz Siwiak and Debra McKeown John Wiley & Sons Ltd. 264 pages; $95 ISBN: 0-470-85931-8 This book is designed to give a basic overview of the subject of ultra-wideband (UWB) technology. It grounds the reader with a brief history, offers an understanding of the current regulations...
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Multi-layer Thin Film Interconnects

UltraSource is a high quality supplier of precision thin film circuit fabrication including custom resistor networks and attenuators, metallized substrates and MEMS fabrication with a focus on using its thin film manufacturing capabilities to supply custom products from prototypes to high volume production. The products range in application from...
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Base Station Test Set

Comprehensive on-site testing of base stations using real-world scenarios, both at initial installation and then during ongoing maintenance, plays a vital role in preventing and solving performance problems before they impact subscribers. Thorough independent testing gives operators greater confidence in the quality of the deployed network. Poorly performing base...
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