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We’re already seeing a slew of WiMax-related announcements, with the Wireless Communications Associations International conference starting this week in San Jose, Calif: Redline said that its AN-100U platform is ready for WiMax certification testing. Like Alvarion, Redline says that it is also working on a mobile version of the equipment.
Motorola also announced that it will be selling three new lines of its Canopy broadband wireless solution to European markets. The new products will operate in the 2.4, 5.4, and 5.7 GHz bands. Motorola says its products can evolve into license-exempt WiMax.
In other WiMax news, Cambridge Broadband said it will support WiMax in its VectaStar product family. Cambridge seems to be targeting a niche market in introducing a pico-base station, designed for covering compact areas. Also, the new VectaMax pico-base station will include integrated backhaul, including Cambridge’s existing VectaStar broadband wireless solution.
Posted by nancyg at January 10, 2005 3:41 PM
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