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What is WiMAX?
Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access, widely referred to as WiMAX, is a standard-based wireless technology that allows broadband connections over long distances.
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2011-04-28 ZTE, Malaysian network demo WiMAX, TD-LTE integration
ZTE has demonstrated the ability for WiMAX and TD-LTE to co-exist on a network. The demonstration at Port Dickson was conducted with P1, Malaysia's WiMAX operator.
2008-01-14 ZTE, Libyan telco to deploy first WiMAX net in Africa
ZTE has signed a framework agreement with Libya Telecom & Technology to help build a large-scale WiMAX 802.16e commercial network in Africa.
2009-06-09 Wireless groups team to develop WiMAX femtocell spec
The Femto Forum and the WiMAX Forum have agreed to collaborate on the development of WiMAX Femtocell Access Point (WFAP) specifications that will address topics such as end-to-end QoS, provisioning, network entry and authentication, power optimization, and mobility management.
2008-09-18 Wireless firm targets to bridge WiMAX, LTE
Continuous Computing Inc. has unveiled a hardware and software suite to allow network operators to upgrade from 3G to 4G wireless broadband.
2005-10-26 Wireless data's future? 3G, Wi-Fi, WiMAX combo
With wireless service providers and equipment manufacturers attempting to sort out the future course of mobile broadband data, some say the 'right combination of 3G, WiMAX and Wi-Fi' will be needed to achieve the most success.
2007-04-25 Wintegra intros single-chip mobile WiMAX processor
Wintegra has released WinMax, a single chip processor for mobile WiMAX basestations and accompanying software for flexible MAC and transport layers that can be used for both access card applications and network interface.
2006-10-13 Wintegra extends WiMAX offerings
Wintegra recently introduced a complete fixed and mobile 802.16e upper and lower MAC, and announced it is now shipping the WinHDP 802.16e base station development platform.
2007-01-15 WiMAX, metro Wi-Fi beat cellular on power efficiency
WiMAX and metro Wi-Fi are both more energy cost effective than cellular, according to a report by ABI Research.
2008-07-04 WiMAX, 3G drive India wireless market growth
India's wireless market is up for a big change with the launch of WiMAX and 3G services, along with industry consolidation in 2009.
2009-02-27 WiMAX's massive network: 430M people
WiMAX service providers are now offering networks covering 430 million people, or POPS, globally and are on a path to nearly double to 800 million people by the end of 2010, according to the WiMAX Forum.
2005-09-01 WiMAX wireless: A tale of two markets
WiMAX hype has led to unrealistic expectations, not only in device capabilities, but also in the future of the market.
2008-07-01 WiMAX Wave 2 tests commence
Even as WiMAX technology begins riding its first wave of deployment, second-generation equipment design is entering the water. WiMAX developers are targeting what they call Wave 2 development, which aims to increase security and performance in fixed and mobile applications.
2005-06-14 WiMAX vendors gearing up for product release
With the start of official certification testing for WiMAX equipment nearing, vendors used last week's Supercomm trade show in Chicago to show off the wares they hope to sell to wireless ISPs and telecom operators.
2005-05-25 WiMax upheaval on course
Read an update on WiMax broadband access technology.
2005-06-22 WiMAX trials slated for Georgia, South Korea
Intel's campaign to promote WiMAX high-speed wireless picked up important support in recent days as South Korea's KT Corp. said it plans to introduce the service and AT&T said it will test the service in Georgia this fall.
2005-05-11 WiMAX transceivers target low-cost customer premises equipment
Sierra Monolithics announced that it is shipping a dual-band transceiver that enables low-cost customer premise equipment for broadband wireless access apps.
2007-04-24 WiMAX transceiver minimizes component count
All of Atmel's MAX-Link WiMAX transceivers promise excellent RF performance with low current consumption, low cost and only a minimum of external components for the RF design.
2007-10-01 WiMAX transceiver first to roll with internal calibration
Atmel has unveiled the third of its MAX-Link series of transceivers designed for WiMAX applications, which feature proprietary internal calibration algorithm.
2007-01-24 WiMAX trails in 4G race
WiMAX won't grab the brass ring as the technology that defines 4G cellular systems, but it is likely to capture a healthy minority stake in that emerging sector.
2006-11-23 WiMAX to trail mobile broadband market by 2010
New alternative technologies will add just 6 percent of the forecasted 500 million mobile broadband global users by 2010, reported Strategy Analytics.
2014-09-04 WiMax to migrate to TD-LTE-Advanced via Nokia
Nokia upgraded its base stations to include 3.5GHz carrier aggregation, promising up to four-fold improvement in speed and capacity in WiMax networks while reducing the latency in half.
2004-12-10 WiMAX to be 'clear winner' in broadband wireless
WiMAX and other emerging high-speed wireless technologies will capture more than 40 percent of the wireless broadband business over the next few years, leaving 3G with less than 60 percent of the market in 2009, according to a just published report from TelecomView.
2007-07-05 WiMAX tester quantifies actual user experience
Agilent has rolled out a WiMAX network optimization tool that enables authentication of the actual subscriber experience in real-world WiMAX environments.
2007-07-19 WiMAX test system revs up production throughput
Agilent Technologies Inc. and GCT Semiconductor Inc. have partnered to jointly implement a WiMAX manufacturing test system for GCT's WiMAX chipsets.
2008-03-27 WiMAX takes off at airports
WiMAX is set to make its commercial debut at airports, updating manifests, flight plans and onboard entertainment each time a plane lands.
2005-07-27 WiMAX synthesizer modules from Sirenza streamline design
Sirenza announced the release of the first in a new family of phase-locked loop synthesizer modules, the PLL350-2444, targeting WiMAX (802.16-2004) infrastructure applications.
2006-07-04 WiMAX subscribers to reach 13M in India by 2012
According to research firms Maravedis Research and Tonse Telecom, there will be 13 million WiMAX subscribers in India by 2012.
2007-05-16 WiMAX SoC first to support 5.8GHz band
Fujitsu Microelectronics Asia Pte Ltd announced that Fujitsu Microelectronics America Inc. is now shipping its 5.8GHz WiMAX baseband SoC to ODM partners and customers worldwide.
2007-10-11 WiMAX simulator allows efficient area planning
NEC has developed a WiMAX radio propagation simulator expected to realize the analysis and display of the service area and transmission performance of WiMAX systems.
2010-02-24 WiMAX set to cover 1B people by 2011
WiMAX service providers now offer networks covering more than 620 million people (or POPS) in 147 countries and are on pace to surpass one billion by the end of 2011.
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