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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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U. of Arizona Gives New Meaning to Plant Management

Ag Department experimenting with WiMAX literally ‘out in the field’
The agriculture department at the University of Arizona in Tucson is taking “plant management” to a new level with an experimental next-generation wireless trial that literally requires field work. “They’re trying to do some plant diagnostics out in the field and WiMAX, 3G networks, all of those kinds of...
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ILECs to Approach WiMAX

Wireless could become a logical broadband extension
Nearly 21 percent of the U.S. population, or over 60 million Americans, live in rural areas that are either un-served or under-served by broadband services, according to Computerworld (as of August 2007). Incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs) prefer to focus on the more densely clustered urban and suburban demographics,...
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WiMAX is Back … Or At Least Some People Think It Is

If all the stars align, big things could happen for Clearwire and Sprint
A promising wireless technology is resurfacing even though many in the industry have—for probably the hundredth time— given up on it. WiMAX, said a financial analyst who’s paid to look at such things, is far from dead, despite dire predictions about Sprint Nextel’s commitment and the nonchalance with which...
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Agilent and NextWave Accelerate Mobile WiMAX Device Production

Agilent Technologies Inc. and NextWave Wireless Inc. , a global provider of mobile multimedia and wireless broadband technologies, announced that NextWave will use Agilent’s Wireless Networking Test Set to help accelerate the deployment of Mobile WiMAX devices based on NextWave’s chipsets. The two companies will collaborate to optimize the...
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BVS Unveils New WiMAX Pre-Deployment Kit

Berkeley Varitronics Systems Inc. (BVS) unveiled an all-in-one WiMAX pre-deployment and testing kit solution for 700 MHz, 2.5 GHz and 3.5 GHz networks at CTIA 2008. BVS announces the release and availability of a complete WiMAX pre-deployment testing solution that includes a stimulus transmitter, modular receiver, handheld power meter...
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Agilent Technologies Wins Contract from Bureau Veritas ADT for Mobile WiMAX PCT

Agilent Technologies Inc. recently announced that Bureau Veritas ADT, Taiwan's leading WiMAX™ testing and certification company, awarded Agilent a contract for Mobile WiMAX Protocol Conformance Test (PCT). Bureau Veritas ADT provides Mobile WiMAX testing and certification services to the international community and will use Agilent's N6430A Mobile WiMAX PCT...
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