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Executive Interview: Bryan Sayler, ETS-Lindgren

MWJ talks with Bryan Sayler, Sr. VP & GM of ETS-Lindgren about WiMAX RPT test requirements.
This month, Microwave Journal talks with Bryan Sayler, Senior Vice-President and General Manager at ETS-Lindgren Test and Measurement Division, about his company’s membership in the WiMAX Forum. We also discuss the company's new WiMAX™ RPT Test System designed to provide detailed information on the radiated transmit and receive performance...
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BWA/WiMAX Worldwide Subscriber Base Reaches 1,728,000

Maravedis’ latest WiMAXCounts Quarterly Report provides the latest update of WiMAX statistics
According to the latest edition of the WiMAXCounts Quarterly Report from Maravedis ( www.maravedis-bwa.com ), the global BWA/WiMAX subscriber base increased by 350,000 in the fourth quarter of 2007, reaching a total of 1,728,000 subscribers. “Even with an increase of more than 20% in WiMAX subscribers in the last...
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NextWave and EB Collaborate on Mobile WiMAX

Elektrobit (EB) and NextWave Wireless Inc. are collaborating to bring one of the first commercial mobile WiMAX handset reference designs to the global market for wide-scale deployment. Together, the partners will provide wireless device manufacturers the opportunity to bring mobile WiMAX products to market faster and with lower development...
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DragonWave’s New Horizon Duo Breaks Speed Barrier

DragonWave Inc. , a global supplier of next-generation wireless networks, announced Horizon Duo, the latest addition to its Horizon portfolio of native Ethernet radios. Horizon Duo delivers industry-leading capacity of up to 1.6 Gbps per link and lowest-cost-per-bit performance for wireless carriers offering increasingly bandwidth-intensive WiMAX and 4G services....
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Agilent and Beceem Collaborate on Mobile WiMAX Protocol Test Solution

Agilent Technologies Inc. and Beceem Communications announced they will extend their WiMAX collaboration to include Mobile WiMAX Wave 2 Protocol Test. Agilent and Beceem will ensure that customers can confidently use Agilent protocol test systems with Beceem's Mobile WiMAX reference designs. Both companies will verify that their designs are...
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Sprint Bulks Up on Backhaul

Finds utility emerging IP/Ethernet and microwave approaches
Sprint Nextel may be one of the largest wireless network providers, but the growth of new unlimited plans, including its own Sprint Everything plan—not to mention its WiMAX network—is putting continuous constraint on its backhaul network. Like its wireless brethren, Sprint Nextel’s default backhaul strategy has been to rent...
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CTIA Wireless 2008: Hesse Affirms WiMAX Future

Sprint Nextel’s wireless goal: ‘own the pole position,’ CEO says in keynote
WiMAX, a transmission technology with a seemingly always cloudy future, is still a bright spot in the Sprint Nextel broadband wireless landscape, Dan Hesse, the company’s increasingly famous president-CEO said during a first-day keynote address at CTIA Wireless 2008. “WiMAX is not slideware,” Hesse said. “We believe the market...
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CTIA Wireless 2008: WiMAX, LTE in test pattern

Spirent adds WiMAX, LTE MIMO and beamforming to product package
WiMAX and LTE, especially when using bandwidth-efficient configurations like bi-directional Multiple-In, Multiple-Out (MIMO) and beamforming, promise a near nirvana of high- speed data possibilities. They also promise a potential nightmare of configuration issues that must be thoroughly tested to make sure everything performs up to snuff. MIMO increases network...
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Telsima Nails Down Giant WiMAX Deal

Tata Communications chooses Silicon Valley firm for Indian rollout
Telsima, a small Silicon Valley-based WiMAX player has nailed what is certainly its biggest deal and could, considering the number of potential end customers, be the biggest WiMAX deal ever. The company said that Tata Communications has launched broadband wireless services to about 5,000 users based on its WiMAX...
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