All Blog Posts Tagged 'WiMAX' (117)

ZOL to launch unlimited WiMAX for US$29 per month

Zimbabwe Online (ZOL), which was acquired by Econet’s Liquid Telecom unit in 2012, is reportedly planning to launch a new mobile WiMAX service, which is currently undergoing a ‘limited public trial’. According to TechZim, ZOL’s mobile WiMAX service, which will operate using the 2.5GHz frequency band, is available via a reseller agreement with Econet. Further, ZOL is reportedly planning to charge USD29 a month for unlimited access over the…

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Added by Zakir on February 5, 2014 at 8:46am — No Comments

WiMAX USB Modems

Hello Providers,

Looking for WiMAX USB modems to purchase under the following conditions:

WiMAX 802.16e IEEE

2.496~2.690GHz

Channel size 10MHz

Configurable authentication preferred

EAP-TLS authentication method

WiMAX connection manager

X.509 MS Certificate, as well as corresponding chain of WMF Device CA…
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Added by Juan Reynoza on September 12, 2013 at 12:29pm — 1 Comment

Who says LTE and WiMAX are Competitors. They are NOT.

Bangladesh's GrameenPhone has reportedly been working with the WiMAX service provides to be able to utilize their bandwidth to offer broadband services. The GSM operators will partner with two local ISPs, Agni Systems and ADN Telecom, involving the sharing of branding, network infrastructure and customer care facilities.

The planned joint service has received approval from the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission…

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Added by Zakir on July 26, 2013 at 2:00am — No Comments

Samsung SWC-U200 Frequency issue

Hello all,

Can anyone with knowledge of the Samsung SWC-U200 USB modem, tell me how to change or add frequency bands to the device Firmware and/or Connection Manager? The device uses Yota Access connection manager to connect but needs to be updated with new frequencies added to the network. If anyone has information regarding this particular device, please contact me!

 

Thank you,

User Product Manager

Juan

Added by Juan Reynoza on July 9, 2013 at 11:35am — 1 Comment

MasTec’s Data Cell, NSORO, what next? I like what they are doing...

MasTec’s Data Cell, NSORO, what next? I like what they are doing. This will help clean up the mess caused by the heated race to hire thousands of contractors and diluting the Gene Pool.

MasTec’s Data Cell Systems acquisition swells their LTE install capabilities

April 29, 2013 – Today’s LTE crew demands not only mirror, but eclipse the inability for the nation’s service…

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Added by Xtreme (Laz) Tower Services on May 3, 2013 at 10:22am — 2 Comments

LTE workforce shortage is no laughing matter...but I am laughing at this article! So true...a bit profane but true.

LTE workforce shortage evokes

laughs in Hitler "Downfall" parody

March 27, 2013 - The 2004 critically acclaimed movie "Downfall", a film about Adolph Hitler's last days and inner circle, has been used hundreds of times for…

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Added by Xtreme (Laz) Tower Services on May 3, 2013 at 10:18am — No Comments

Looking for WiMAX CPE's in the 2.5~2.6Ghz range for purchase @ WHOLESALE!!

We currently provide service to customers in Nicaragua using 2.5~2.6Ghz range TDD standards and are looking for Indoor CPE's, Outdoor CPE's, and USB modems @ a convenient unit price with an estimated order batch of 2K or more. Please email me if this is possible. Please visit us @ www.yota.com.ni for more information regarding our company services and actual devices. 

Juan Reynoza

User Product Manager

Yota in Nicaragua S.A.

Added by Juan Reynoza on April 11, 2013 at 12:33pm — 9 Comments

WiMAX and LTE

Many times when a new technology emerges a rather heated debate arises. Not too long ago in the wireless broadband industry, the camps representing WiMAX and LTE did not miss the opportunity to advocate for their respective views and sharing potential benefits of their standpoints against the other. Over time, when arguments and feelings calm down a bit, a more sensible discussion can emerge and I think we’ve entered this now.

Making the “right” technology choices is always high on…

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Added by Jonas Lagerquist on November 5, 2012 at 1:24pm — No Comments

IEEE 802.16 Wireless MAN (= WiMAX) Session#80 Report- July 2012 Meeting

HetNet Study Group: The new IEEE 802.16 WG Study Group (SG) on the WirelessMAN Radio Interface in Heterogeneous Networks (HetNet Study Group) met for the second time.

The IEEE 802.16 WG Study Group on Broadband Wireless Access Metrology (Metrology Study Group) met for the second time.

The IEEE 802.16 WG GRIDMAN Task Group resolved comments received during the second recirculations of WG Letter Ballot #37 and WG Letter Ballot #38

The WG's Machine-to-Machine, Maintenance…

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Added by Alan J Weissberger on August 12, 2012 at 2:52pm — No Comments

WiMAX in Emerging Markets

Developing markets have their own unique needs when it comes to delivering broadband connectivity. Unlike markets where telecommunications may have been progressing at a quick pace for some time, developing areas frequently have limited infrastructure, limited options for financial transactions between people and enterprises, fewer resources dedicated to deployment and maintenance, and possibly location-specific challenges with regard to terrain. 

Today, developing markets are seen in…

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Added by Jonas Lagerquist on July 7, 2012 at 12:26pm — No Comments

Carrier-Grade Service using Wi-Fi Over WiMAX

At the end of my previous post, I touched on the opportunity for existing WiMAX operators to take a role in the current quest to provide high-capacity network services for 3G and Wi-Fi-enabled mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.

Consider this: a residential suburb close to a large metropolitan area with limited broadband options today. This is typically one of the locations where the cellular networks providing 3G services are running into capacity congestions, particularly…

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Added by Jonas Lagerquist on June 19, 2012 at 12:29pm — No Comments

The Future of WiMAX

Close to six years have passed since Aptilo Networks decided to put a serious effort into the WiMAX market as a provider of back-office support systems. Back in those days, WiMAX was very much touted in media and by analysts as the technology to challenge the cellular industry dominance/hegemony. With hindsight, most of us in the business realized that this was never the real beauty and purpose of this new technology but of course happily tagged along for various reasons.

Nowadays…

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Added by Jonas Lagerquist on June 13, 2012 at 11:30am — 4 Comments

IEEE 802.16 WG Standards Meeting Report: Session #75 19-22 September 2011 in Bangkok, Thailand

Here are two interesting IEEE 802.16 Activitites that took place at their recently concluded meeting in Thailand:

 

GRIDMAN Task Group

The GRIDMAN Task Group met to discuss activity under the P802.16n project. The project is amending IEEE Std 802.16 to provide for "Higher Reliability Networks." The TG drafted two project authorization requests (PARs) intended to… Continue

Added by Alan J Weissberger on October 14, 2011 at 3:45pm — No Comments

Iran to exceed 1M broadband subs by end 2010



Broadband communications are getting momentum in Iran as a result of better coverage, higher service quality, new network launches and aggressive plans of broadband operators in the country. There are now 12 DSL, 5 WiMAX and 7 Satellite operators active in Iran with a growing number of subscribers adding every day. Iran’s current broadband market includes 700K DSL and 50K WiMAX subscribers while there is still a huge gap between broadband and internet market in the country. Broadband… Continue

Added by Ali Saghaeian on November 6, 2010 at 9:00am — No Comments

Where was Clearwire at Sprint Developers Conference?

Clearwire participated in only one session - on their LBS capability. But it is is not clear if there are any advantages of Clearwire's LBS capability over the equivalent LBS functionality from Sprint Developers Program? Which one could be more accurate in pinpointng location?

At that CLEAR LBS session, I was told Clearwire announced a "4G API" that replaces the "Common API" they talked about at last year's conference. I requested more information about this…

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Added by Alan J Weissberger on November 2, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments

Sprint can support both LTE and Mobile WiMAX in same geographical area; uncertain about future plans(LTE vs WiMAX 2.0)

At his Oct 27 Sprint Developers Conference keynote, CEO Dan Hesse was asked about Sprint's plans for LTE. He answered that Sprint and Clearwire collectively have enough spectrum to support both from the same cell tower. In other words, the existing or soon to be "4G" (Mobile WiMAX) customers would not be abandoned.

Mr.Hesse said the company had not decided whether to deploy any version of LTE or IEEE 802.16m - WiMAX 2.0. 4G Director Todd Rowley told…

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Added by Alan J Weissberger on October 28, 2010 at 11:32am — 1 Comment

Reflections on the iPhone 4

Everyone in the mobile space is no doubt posting their thoughts on last week’s iPhone 4 announcement. Of course, with the tremendous innovation that the new iPhone model is comes great demand on the network. As a wireless provider, Towerstream thought that two interesting things came up during the keynote. One was Apple’s Wi-Fi fluke while Jobs presented on stage, and the…

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Added by Jeff Thompson on June 16, 2010 at 2:29pm — 1 Comment

Welcome to visit ZTE WiMAX Website

Hi friends,

Welcome to visit ZTE WiMAX website. I believe ZTE WiMAX products/solutions/services could bring you closer.

http://www.zte.com.cn/cn/events/en_2009wimax/

About me:

I'm a ZTE WiMAX/LTE TDD product manager. I've been a WiMAX360 member since 2008. I'd like to make new friends here, to share knowledge and to help others

I've 4 years experience in WiMAX product design, network…

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Added by Yancey on June 14, 2010 at 12:00am — 6 Comments

WiMAX and the Digital Divide

Hello!

In my University we are doing a research to analyze the impact of WiMAX in the Digital Divide, would you mind to answer a few questions about it?





1- Do you think that WiMAX is cheaper than other technologies? More than?:

-Satellite Link:

-Yes

-No

-Depends on the context (in this case, say City/Service):

-Wire/ADSL:

-Yes

-No

-Depends on the context (in this case, say City/Service):

-WiFi:

-Yes

-No

-Depends on… Continue

Added by Carlos Rey Moreno on May 17, 2010 at 7:03pm — 1 Comment

Jordan’s Telecom Commission selects Ibys to supply its WIMAX Benchmarking / Monitoring System

Ibys Technologies, a Spanish independent

provider of End-to-end “Quality of Service” (QoS) Testing, Performance

and Monitoring Solutions announces the adoption of its Xplorer QoS

System by TRC Jordan, the Telecommunication Regulation Commission of

Jordan. TRC Jordan uses Ibys Xplorer QoS System to measure and monitor

the Quality of Service -as it is perceived by the end user- of all 5… Continue

Added by Diego on May 14, 2010 at 11:37am — No Comments

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