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To: Nav Toor who wrote (7163)5/28/2001 1:18:42 PM
From: yeow
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"Some sources privately say.........."

The age-old clarion call of the mudslinger. What garbage.

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To: Nav Toor who wrote (7163)5/28/2001 5:43:04 PM
From: GMYachtsman
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Patent Suit -- Confused.....

I don't understand why Wi-LAN is not under an obligation to sue in the US to protect its patent, even if Radiata isn't selling the product in Canada. Is Radiata also not selling it in the US?

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To: GMYachtsman who wrote (7165)5/28/2001 6:48:58 PM
From: P2V
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Re Is Radiata also not selling it in the US?


It appears that they are not .
Cheers,
Mardy.

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To: axial who wrote (7161)5/28/2001 7:33:21 PM
From: SurfForWealth
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How about this one?

Today, however, Nortel Networks Corp. (TSE: T.NT) sagged somewhat by the close, ending 0.4% off at $22.59 as the rumour worked its way through the markets that Alcatel Alsthom S.A. (NYSE: ALA) and Lucent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: LU) may be ready to announce a deal on Wednesday.

According to Lovett-Reid, an Alcatel-Lucent merger would create an entity roughly twice the size of either Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO), LM Ericsson Telephone Co. (NASDAQ: ERICY), or Nortel. However, it may be that Nortel didn't move more than it did because there is also a rumour that Nortel and Ericsson will merge.


There could be quite the shakeout before all this is over. The source of the above was a daily email newsletter from stockgroup.com. Cheers!!!

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To: Nav Toor who started this subject5/28/2001 7:41:09 PM
From: juggernaut_cdn
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More from the OFDM Forum meeting earlier this month...

Compaq - The 5GHz Wireless LAN Industry Advisory Group (Richard Kennedy) - .18M

ofdm-forum.com

ofdm-forum.com

-juggernaut_CDN

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To: Nav Toor who started this subject5/29/2001 12:06:39 AM
From: SteveG
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Hey Mardy. I was not aware that you were a stock exchange operator and were making a bid for the LSE....you devil...

news.bbc.co.uk

....OM, the Swedish stock exchange operator whose hostile bid for the London Stock Exchange failed last year, wants to try again

Regards,

Steve

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To: SurfForWealth who wrote (7167)5/29/2001 12:10:13 AM
From: Don MacKenzie
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OT: Has anyone done any research lately into the DNA Motors that Lucent, Oxford Univ, and Chartered Semi came up with last year? They found a way to take DNA and make it do what they wanted it to do, like make circuits. This new microelectronics is going to revolutionize everything in the next few years. We are talking Cray Type computers the size of a pack of cigarettes in the not as far distant future as you would think.

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To: Nav Toor who started this subject5/29/2001 3:09:30 PM
From: P2V
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11b DSSS & Frequency Hopping PROBLEMS
messages.yahoo.com

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To: Nav Toor who started this subject5/29/2001 4:35:20 PM
From: Dexter Lives On
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<font color=green> e-Japan strategy to propose 4G mobile systems
By Yoshiko Hara EE Times (05/29/01, 3:14 p.m. EST)

TOKYO — Japan is poised to propose concepts next month for "fourth generation" (4G) phones that would enable transmissions at 100 Mbits/second. The proposal is expected to be a main R&D plank of the e-Japan platform promoted by Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi.

"To be precise, we'd like to use 'new generation' rather than '4G,' because we are considering an integrated, advanced system that would include both a mobile-phone system and a high-speed wireless access system," said Tomoo Yamauchi, deputy director of the Mobile Communication Division of the Telecommunication Bureau of Japan's Ministry of Public Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications (MPHPT).

The final proposal is scheduled for release on June 25. According to an interim report, the mobile-phone portion of the 4G system will download at speeds of 50 to 100 Mbits/s by 2010. For limited-area use, a high-speed wireless access system — perhaps a wireless LAN — would assure communications rates higher than 100 Mbits/s even in high-traffic areas. The new-generation system would integrate the mobile and wireless access systems seamlessly and with high efficiency.

The IT Strategy Headquarters that was formed under former Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori had proposed the e-Japan strategy. it proposes that Japan take revolutionary yet realistic actions to create a "knowledge-emergent society" in which all citizens can actively tap information technology and fully enjoy its benefits. Koizumi took up the e-Japan banner when he took office.

The target of e-Japan is to establish an ultrahigh-speed networking infrastructure and policies for competition. It looks to deploy, within five years, what would be one of the world's most advanced Internet networks, enabling ultrahigh-speed access (30 to 100 Mbits/s standard) at affordable rates to maximize usage of the network.

Carriers and system and terminal manufacturers have already started working on 3.5G systems to upgrade IMT2000 service to 20 to 30 Mbits/s. The 4G system may be based on wireless LAN or orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing technology. Regardless of the scheme chosen, however, the new-generation system will offer seamless operation and backward compatibility, backers said.

The first discussions of the 4G concept took place in October under the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (MPT), which was merged with other functions in January to become MPHPT. MPT asked the Telecommunications Council, an advisory council to the MPT minister, to offer its suggestions for a next-generation mobile-phone system. The New Generation Mobile Committee was subsequently formed, and a working group comprising 37 members is boiling down the basic concepts. The working group members represent carriers, manufacturers and other organizations, including the Japanese units of such foreign companies as Qualcomm, Motorola, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems and Ericsson.

The Telecommunications Council will submit its proposal on June 25. MPHPT will begin appealing to overseas standardization bodies after the concept is announced. The International Telecommunications Union's WP8P meeting, scheduled for October in Tokyo, will be the first official chance for MPHPT to propose the concept to the various bodies attending.

In parallel with those activities, the radio department at MPHPT will begin studying which band to use for the new system.

Hurdles still to be cleared before a 4G system can be realized include technological advances in the areas of voice-over-Internet Protocol, security, codecs, seamless wireless communications and wearable compact terminals, the interim report said. MPHPT is considering forming an R&D project that would bring together academia, industry and government to explore the fundamental technologies required to realize the new-generation system.

eetimes.com

I don't think I've said it in the last week: 3g will never happen! Regards, Rob

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To: Dexter Lives On who wrote (7172)5/29/2001 5:45:01 PM
From: Dexter Lives On
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The International Telecommunications Union's WP8P meeting, scheduled for October in Tokyo, will be the first official chance for MPHPT to propose the concept to the various bodies attending.


See:
NTT East and NTT are planning to conduct trials of a new broadband wireless service, called Biportable,*1 for six months from March to August of this year.
biportable.com
...
SUNNYVALE, Calif., March 26, 2001-- Atheros Communications today announced the establishment of a Japanese subsidiary

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