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Will WiFi Graduate to Universal School Deployment by 2013?

Next-gen technologies including WiMAX may crowd out 802.11g
If you’re wondering how new next-gen wireless broadband technologies stack up, consider WiMAX. One of the frontrunners in high-bandwidth mobile protocols, it is increasingly moving to the forefront of carrier rollout plans (see Sprint, Clearwire tie the knot again ) and apparently, the education market. According to a new...
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Mformation Takes Aim at WiMAX Devices

Extends mobile device management software platform
Mobile device software management vendor Mformation Technologies is taking its product portfolio beyond traditional cellular mobile devices into the emerging mobile WiMAX space with plans to provide “seamless all-IP device management and remote activation capabilities.” With the expanded Mformation software mobile service providers can remotely activate, configure, diagnose, update,...
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Vegas Resort Places Bets on Wireless

Sprint, MobileAccess team to provide wide-ranging infrastructure
The under-construction M Resort, Spa and Casino in Las Vegas has placed all its chips on wireless, betting that today’s technology and tomorrow’s potential will pay off with a unique and enhanced communications atmosphere for guests and employees alike. The resort is also placing a small hedge bet by...
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Stepping Forward With Standards

Femto Forum pushes now-generation standards; looks to LTE and WiMAX
Even as it makes an all-out effort to standardize the interface between a femtocell access point and a femto gateway, the Femto Forum is looking ahead to assure that international standards bodies consider femtos when developing specifications for LTE and WiMAX. The organization’s vendor members, at the urging of...
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Using WiMAX to Fight the Evil Empire

Non-mobile freedom fighters band together to fight AT&T and Verizon
If you can’t join ‘em, fight ‘em. That could be the rallying cry behind the “new” Clearwire which is being shaped from the ashes of the old Clearwire, Sprint’s XOHM, the Sprint-cable Pivot relationship, Google’s failed attempt to control the 700 MHz spectrum auction and Intel’s ongoing need to...
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Skyworks Introduces BAW Filters to Enable WiMAX and WLAN Co-existence

Skyworks Solutions Inc. , an innovator of high performance analog and mixed signal semiconductors enabling mobile connectivity, introduced the industry’s first bulk acoustic wave (BAW) filters for customer premise equipment (CPE) to allow co-existence between wireless local area networks (WLAN) in the home and enterprise, and WiMAX networks which...
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Agilent Expands RF/Mixed Signal Simulation Coverage with GoldenGate 4.2

Agilent Technologies Inc. announced the release of the latest version of its RFIC simulation software, GoldenGate. This release represents an expansion in RFIC simulation coverage for wireless communications products, with 5x transient simulation speed improvements and new mixed-signal simulation capabilities, resulting in shorter product development times. “RFIC designers have...
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Endwave Modules Feature Integrated Digital Micro-controllers

Endwave Corp. , a provider of high-frequency RF modules for telecommunications networks, defense electronics and homeland security systems, has announced the release of a new line of integrated transceivers called Smart T/R™ Modules, which incorporate digital micro-controller technology for improved performance. In taking Endwave’s leading microwave transceiver technology and...
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