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2008-03-18 NextWave, Alcatel-Lucent tie up for WiMAX TV
A strategic agreement has been forged between NextWave Wireless Inc. and Alcatel-Lucent for the integration of NextWave's MXtv technology into Alcatel-Lucent's WiMAX portfolio, based on the 802.16e-2005 (Rev-e) standard
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
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.
2008-05-16 WiMAX delivers TV to cellphones
Executives believe that WiMAX could deliver the last mile of wireless broadband service as an alternative to cable and DSL, beginning with network deployment in 2009
2006-07-01 Startups push for WiMAX cellphone
Two silicon startups are designing a combined media access controller and PHY chip that will work with third-party WiMAX RF chips
2006-06-15 Mobile TV faces a physical match during World Cup
Mobile TV faces a huge challenge when it attempts to broadcast the World Cup this month: the physical world is the natural enemy of mobile TV
2006-12-18 Mobile TV chip integrates RF, DSP
Telegent Systems Inc. unveiled a single-chip mobile TV architecture late in October that integrates RF, DSP demodulation and video post-processing
2006-09-07 Mobile encoder fully addresses video convergence
Envivio said the 4Caster M2 encoder fully addresses video convergence by supporting any mobile device on any network
2006-12-06 Mandating China mobile TV spec, bad move
China's move to force-feed a new mobile TV standard is a bad move and adds further pressure to implement some sort of mobile TV service by the 2008 Summer Olympics
2008-06-06 Global Mobile, NextWave launch WiMAX trial in Taiwan
Taiwan WiMAX operator Global Mobile Corp. and NextWave Wireless Inc. have entered a joint technology collaboration to make end-to-end mobile WiMAX solutions a reality for the global market
2007-06-25 Asian telco giants clash on future mobile tech
Asia's large telcos are looking to new applications to drive revenues, but a debate is raging over whether 3G or WiMAX networks are better suited to support next-generation mobile offerings
2008-02-01 ARC pushes mobile multimedia SoC design
Configurable-core developer ARC International is refining a development platform that it says will change the way mobile multimedia systems are designed. ARC technologists described elements of the platform at the company's ConfigCon development conference held in California in December 2007
2008-02-13 Analyst: Future bleak for mobile equipment vendors
Reports from Analysys Research suggest that the lack of a compelling business case for 3G network enhancements, combined with an increase in network sharing, will have a profound impact on the cellular network infrastructure market.
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
2011-03-18 Wi-Fi, WiMAX, LTE and CES 2011
According to Yongxi Qian, the theme of this year's CES is "Connectivity Everywhere, Wirelessly."
2007-03-19 NXP transceivers deliver mobile WiMAX promise
In support of the mass deployment of mobile WiMAX, NXP's new transceivers employ 2x2 MIMO technology, allowing for twice the data throughput and double the maximum speed of the company�s existing WiMAX transceiver solutions
2005-10-07 Nortel pushes for mobile and fixed WiMAX
Nortel revealed plans to offer fixed and mobile WiMAX products and to work with WiMAX leaders Intel and Airspan Networks in releasing these products to market. The project is designed to deliver fast wireless broadband access 'anytime, anywhere
2007-06-07 ITU nod nudges WiMAX closer to 4G
The ITU looks ready to approve WiMAX as an official radio interface, hinting at the possibility that it could become an approved 4G technology and benefit from the upcoming IMT-2000 Extension Band spectrum allocations
2006-05-05 Intel, NDS test WiMAX TV multicast
Intel and NDS Group have announced a trial system to demonstrate the TV and video services for fixed WiMAX technology
2009-01-09 How much do you know about OFDM, WiMAX
A virtual "sit down" with some industry leaders offers a peek at where OFDM and WiMAX technology is and where they think it is going
2005-09-08 Building an end-to-end architecture that supports fixed mobile convergence
Fixed Mobile Convergence is receiving significant attention from the research community and telecom equipment vendors around the world. Is there an end-to-end architecture that will support FMC
2007-04-30 Philips division spins off semiconductor IP supplier
The technology incubator division of Royal Philips Electronics has spun out Silicon Hive, a licensor of processor and related intellectual property.
2008-06-17 TI, Qualcomm set to dominate MID sector
The market for integrated circuits for inclusion in mobile Internet devices is set to grow from $29 million in 2008 to $2.6 billion in 2012, with Texas Instruments and Qualcomm as leading suppliers of silicon, according to Forward Concepts
2007-09-17 S3 tips 65nm mixed-signal IP chip
S3 has taped out and received silicon from the 65nm version of its licensable mixed-signal IP.
2006-11-03 Quad-MAC DSP core suits compute-intensive tasks
CEVA said its new CEVA-X1641 is the first Quad-MAC DSP core in the scalable CEVA-X family and is designed specifically to run highly computational intensive tasks that require substantial data throughput and high memory bandwidth.
2007-10-01 Ericsson goes beyond wireless
LM Ericsson's chief marketing officer, Johan Bergendahl, discusses the company's efforts to expand its wireless operator roots into a multi-environment approach to communications.
2007-10-01 Chipmakers are eyeing 700MHz prize
Chip designers for cellular and WiMAX networks are sharpening their pencils on plans for 700MHz support in the wake of new guidance from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission on the spectrum
2007-10-11 AT&T secures 700MHz licenses for $2.5B
Ensuring its leverage on the January auction of the 700MHz licenses, AT&T announced Tuesday that it will pick up a wide swath of the spectrum from Aloha Partners for $2.5 billion.
2007-09-17 UWB to boost cellphone connectivity
UWB has been around for nearly half a decade as a demonstrable technology. It is appearing in the form of ICs that will be used to implement Certified Wireless USB in PCs and peripherals. How long will it be before UWB is deployed in mobile phones
2007-01-01 Taiwan eyes better displays, comms
Last year, the trend in the electronic industry was integration. This year, Taiwan focuses on communication and consumer electronics.
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