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More Than Hedging Bets

Nokia Siemens Networks Finds Use For Flexi Platform As It Expands To WiMAX
Nokia Siemens Networks didn’t have to look very far—or do much development work—to create a base station platform for the 2.5/3.5 GHz WiMAX radios it will be deploying in 2008 as part of Sprint Nextel’s nationwide WiMAX rollout. Everything the vendor wanted to provide its customers--smaller size, improved power...
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NextWave Acquires IPWireless

Adds Another Piece To Expanding Mobile Broadband Technology Offering
NextWave Wireless will spend up to $135 million to add IPWireless’ TD-CDMA technology to its already packed technology portfolio as yet another piece in a “customer-driven” mobile broadband offering, the company promises. That extra piece, however, might not be so easily digested for a company that has shown a...
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Ricochet Hits Denver

WISP Launching ‘Wi-Fi In the Mile High’
Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) Ricochet Networks, a wholly owned subsidiary of TeraBeam, will use a scalable Wi-Fi mesh network to deliver wireless broadband services to the city and county of Denver, starting in the city’s Capitol Hill and Golden Triangle neighborhoods. Sister company Proxim Wireless is providing mesh...
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Seamless Wireless Migration

Nokia Siemens Networks Focuses Tailors Technology Fit For Operators
WiMAX, LTE, HSDPA, EVDO Rev A and now UMB (ultra mobile broadband). Today’s wireless operators are faced with a dizzying array of radio access technologies. With all of these technologies vying for prominence, the focus should not be on waging a religious war around air interface technology, but rather...
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CST: From Europe to the US and Beyond

MTT-S IMS is undoubtedly CST’s most important trade show.
MTT-S IMS is undoubtedly CST’s most important trade show. Its technical focus fits perfectly with our core market and, since it always attracts high numbers of visitors, MTT-S IMS offers an invaluable opportunity for us to showcase major development steps to a large and focused audience. Specifically, this year...
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iTerra MMIC Amplifiers Deliver High Power and Gain

<B>iTerra Communications</B> will showcase its new iT2003 and iT2004 single-bias broadband MMIC power amplifiers that cover 2 to 20 GHz and provide the best available combination of power, gain, gain flatness and noise figure of any commercially-availa...
iTerra Communications will showcase its new iT2003 and iT2004 single-bias broadband MMIC power amplifiers that cover 2 to 20 GHz and provide the best available combination of power, gain, gain flatness and noise figure of any commercially-available MMIC single-bias amplifiers covering this frequency range. The iT2003 delivers up to...
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Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits (RFIC) Symposium

Luciano Boglione General Chair, RFIC 2007
The 2007 Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits (RFIC) Symposium is the leading conference on advancements and innovations occurring in RF integrated circuits, wireless sub-systems, broadband communications and circuit technology for emerging wireless applications. The RFIC Symposium is the preferred choice for industry professionals and academic researchers to present their latest...
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Committed to Empowering Excellence in Next-Generation Wireless Communications

The microwave industry is today awash with continually emerging wireless applications and technologies, many of which have the ability to dramatically alter the world in which we live.
The microwave industry is today awash with continually emerging wireless applications and technologies, many of which have the ability to dramatically alter the world in which we live. While the eventual outcome of those opportunities remains unclear, one thing is certain: our engineering colleagues are now facing a very...
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Ciao Wireless Introduces Low Frequency Amplifiers

<B>Ciao Wireless</B> introduces its line of high performance cascadable low frequency amplifiers for connectorized/drop-in applications.
Ciao Wireless introduces its line of high performance cascadable low frequency amplifiers for connectorized/drop-in applications. The amplifiers operate in a frequency range from 1 MHz to 6 GHz, with standard and customized gain, output power of up to +30 dBm and noise figure as low as 1.5 dB values...
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