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I am a WiMAX consultant, author and analyst. And also a former Broadband Wireless ISP operator. I've been doing this stuff since 1999. The equipment has gotten a lot better.
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The FCC Mulls its Chances to Mandate a Free Wireless Service for Everybody

The FCC is reportedly considering a plan that would require free wireless service from the winner of a future block of auctioned spectrum.



In a report featured in The Wall Street Journal the FCC is reportedly mulling over its chances of mandating a portion of an upcoming wireless auction be apportioned for free wireless services to all.



At this point there are few details worked out… Continue

Posted on June 1, 2008 at 6:52pm

Have you Wondered why the Sprint and Clearwire Deal appealed to Comcast?

Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts offers up some interesting tidbits for why the deal made sense



A nice piece in Unstrung offers interesting feedback from Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts on why his firm took an investment position with the new Clearwire.



The answer to me in short is good old-fashioned deal making. Roberts indicates that the wholesale arrangement he got out of the… Continue

Posted on June 1, 2008 at 6:50pm

New Research Indicates Mobile Broadband will Boost US GDP by $860 billion over 10 Years

Recent research by Ovum on behalf of the CTIA indicates that mobile broadband value to the nation’s Gross Domestic Product is very solid.



The Cellular Telephone and Internet Association released a study produced by Ovum that indicates a major impact on US GDP from the use of Mobile Broadband. The report projects that GDP impact will total $860 billion over the next 10 years; and that mobile broadband wireless revenues… Continue

Posted on June 1, 2008 at 6:48pm

Industry Comments on the 700 MHz D-Block

Opinions vary but the public has plenty to say about what should be done.



From a report on RCR Wireless News comes early word of some of the responses that the FCC has received about what the heck to do with the unauctioned D-Block of 700 MHz spectrum. Proving somewhat that the collective wisdom of people should not be underestimated, many of the comments focus upon details of how the… Continue

Posted on June 1, 2008 at 6:46pm

Broadband Wireless to Rural Vermont

The Vermont Telecommunications Authority is counting on a wireless approach to push broadband access out to rural Vermont.



Local newspaper reports in Vermont bring us news that the Vermont Telecommunications Authority has decided that a broadband wireless strategy is the best way to bring broadband speeds to rural and underserved parts of… Continue

Posted on June 1, 2008 at 6:45pm

Comment Wall (14 comments)

At 3:16pm on March 9, 2007, Amanda Louie said…
Hi Tim! Nice to finally meet you!
At 4:03pm on March 9, 2007, Tim Sanders said…
Thanks Amanda you too. Look forward to our call today.
At 12:37am on March 22, 2007, Michael Wolleben said…
Glad they found teh Boy Scout! That was scary
At 4:28pm on March 23, 2007, Tim Sanders said…
Yes it was. He apparetnly kept his head and didn't move around too much. Lots of people are signing up for WiMAX 360. I don't know half of my new "Friends" by the way
At 11:00am on April 8, 2007, Felix said…
Why am I interested in WiMAX?
I am involved in urban & rural wireless broadband, voice and data systems, extending fiber networks, extending fiber in rural areas, wireless devices in the muni space. I received WiMax training, have deployed fixed wireless WiFi systems, Mesh networking, WLAN, utility monitoring systems on 802.11, Mobile IP, Radio IP and related. I am involved with traditional narrowband wide area voice RF sysetms converging with broaderband systems. I am interested in experiences where WiMAX fits in certain vertical enterprise applications.
At 11:47am on August 17, 2007, RH Wiggins said…
Stay up with TowerStream at www.towerstream.com
Intel Case Study on Towerstream and WiMAX
http://www.towerstream.com/content.asp?pc:23
At 1:16pm on October 26, 2007, Jackson Blake said…
Tim,
Great article on Airspan!!
I enjoyed checking out Wimax global news and your website www.thefinalmile.net. If you know of anyone looking for a new full-time position in the WiMax space tell them to give me a ring. My firm is solely dedicated to the advancement of WiMax technology through human capital and we facilitate our clients needs from Tel Aviv to the bay area.

I also saw that your in Asheville, what a beutiful town. I got my undergraduate degree about 45 minutes up the road at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City. I've had some great time in Asheville.

Jackson Blake
Director of Technical Talent
ZanderMax Technologies
39415 Fremont Blvd. #102
Fremont, CA 94538
510.834.6900 Office
510.834.6901 Fax
Jackson@Zandermax.com
www.Zandermax.com - See all of our positions!
At 4:51am on November 16, 2007, Dennis Kahindi said…
My name is Dennis .Would like to get in touch with WiMAX interested researchers, investors and engineers with a view of expanding the setting up an ISP in Uganda, please contact me on dkahindi@gmail.com or dkeko78@yahoo.com.
At 10:23am on November 16, 2007, Paul Tomlinson said…
tim,

I am working in the south of Ethiopia, and interested in knowing of the applications of WiMax in Africa and specifically Ethiopia. There seems to be much cell coverage in the yirge cheffe area where we work so is there really a need?

Trust you will have great success in Uganda
At 10:40pm on February 3, 2008, Ali Zuhair said…
Hi

I am working cross layer between Network and MAC layer on WiMAX Mesh Network.
Could you please send the standard parameter for Wimax Mesh network?



Thanks,
Ali

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