Samsung Demos WiMAX 2 Supporting 330Mbps

Samsung Electronics and Japan's UQ Communications are demonstrating WiMAX 2 based on IEEE 802.16m with a speed of 330Mbps.

An Analysis of the Benefits of Uplink MIMO in Mobile WiMAX Systems

This paper discusses the improvements that uplink MIMO brings to Mobile WiMAX network deployments and introduces a new technique based on uplink MIMO, tile switched diversity (TSD).

Hard realities of WiMAX-to-LTE conversion

Last week I participated in a panel session:  The ‘How’ and ‘Why’ of Migrating From WiMAX to LTE organized by FierceWireless (CLICK HERE to d

Brazil Makes 4G Spectrum Progress

At the beginning of this year, Maravedis predicted that 2010 would be the year for 4G regulation in Brazil, with aucti

Aircel to launch 3G services in Q1 2011

Indian operator Aircel plans to invest $500 million for the initial roll out of 3G mobile services.

Clearwire in talks with T-Mobile USA

WiMAX service provider Clearwire is reviewing its funding options from company such as T-Mobile USA or money from a wireless spectrum sale.

Sprint, Clearwire, Bring WiMAX to Orlando

Sprint & Clearwire have officially announced the launch of 4G WiMAX services in Orlando today. Orlando is the third city in Florida to receive 4G service.

Intellecom and Samsung ink 4G Mobile WiMAX deal

Ukraine's Mobile WiMAX service operator Intellecom and Samsung Electronics have entered into a contract for Samsung to supply Mobile WiMAX solutions for the expansion of Intellecom’s 4G mobile inte

Motorola's WiMAX Single RAN Solution

Motorola's WiMAX Evolution solution allows operators to upgrade existing WiMAX 802.16e / 802.16e Enhanced networks to 802.16m or TD-LTEi or to add LTE to their existing WiMAX networks.

WiMAX: A Way Forward in India

India is a huge market for broadband wireless services and offers immediate and enormous potential for growth.

WiMAX Migration from Release 1 to Release 2

The WiMAX Forum is accelerating its development efforts to produce Release 2 equipment based on the upcoming IEEE Standard 802.16m.

Report: 59 Million Mobile WiMAX Subscribers by 2015

WiMAX’s growth has not been as early or as strong as many would have hoped several years ago says ABI Research in an new report.

Nearly 59 Million Mobile WiMAX Subscribers in 2015

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--According to new projections from ABI Research, the number of subscribers to mobile WiMAX services will approach 59 million in 2015.

WiMAX or TD-LTE: Addressing the demand for broadband services through a multi-technology approach

Date: Tuesday September 28, 2010
Time: 2:00 pm EST 11:00 am PST
Host: Alvarion

With focus on WiMAX, India's BSNL plans LTE back-up

Indian state owned operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has asked its broadband franchisee partners to set up a network that is capable of migrating to the LTE technology if required.