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Orthogon Systems is selling longer range, higher data rate radios based on the WiMax standard: Certified WiMax equipment isn’t even available yet and companies are already releasing tweaks to the platform that can help differentiate their products. Orthogon’s new product, which is based on the WiMax standard, can reach as far as 125 miles and deliver data rates up to 300 Mbps. Orthogon said the radios can be used to backhaul as many as 12 WiMax base stations, using just three WiMax channels. These kinds of radios make WiMax an even more attractive option for reaching remote areas.
Posted by nancyg at January 18, 2005 4:25 PM
Categories: Vendor News
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