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WiMAX & Qualcomm: OFDM Technologies for BWA
An SI Board Since August 2005
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Emcee:  Eric L Type:  Moderated
Even as Global 3G (G3G) CDMA based Third Generation Mobile Wireless technologies roll out in commercial volume scale, OFDM and OFDMA based technologies for Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) and Broadband Wireless Internet Access (BWIA) are increasingly capturing attention even though their position in the technology adoption life cycle (TALC) is considerably less advanced.

Leading contenders for BWA adoption are the IEEE 802.11x WiFi and IEEE 802.16x WiMax standards based technologies and their ETSI (HiperMAN) and ETRI (WiBro) counterparts and FLASH-OFDM developed by Flarion which is now owned by QUALCOMM Inc. but is not yet standardized. This board is dedicated to a discussion of those technologies and to tracking them through the TALC.

The first post on this board contains links to good sources of information on OFDM based technologies, BWA, and WiMAX and this post (30) is a WiMAX FAQ:

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86WiBro and Mobile WiMAX Backgrounder from WiMAX Forum <B>The RelationshipEric L-12/24/2006
85NextWave Wireless Joint Venture Wins Nationwide Wireless Broadband Spectrum in Gwaitwatchwander-12/16/2006
84It is interesting that the Chinese entry in this debate takes the middle ground waitwatchwander-12/11/2006
83Huawei, OKI Team 12.07.06 HONG KONG -- Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd. (TOKYOwaitwatchwander-12/11/2006
82<i>Zhong Dai, networks department deputy general manager at China Mobile .waitwatchwander-12/7/2006
81How will Windows survive the death of the PC? Samsung and Runcom show Microsoftwaitwatchwander-11/16/2006
80<b>Qualcomm sees wireless device boom </b> <i>Stephen Lawson, Dexter Lives On-9/21/2006
79<b>IEEE reinstates wireless working group <i> 802.Dexter Lives On-9/20/2006
78Telephony on the Sextel WiMAX Move >> <B>Sprint Embraces WiMAX</Eric L-9/17/2006
77The Sprint Nextel WiMAX Decision (August 8, 2006) A major early win for 802.16eEric L-9/17/2006
76The Sextel WiMAX Decision ... >> <B>Sprint Nextel Comes Over All WEric L-9/9/2006
75From Andy Seybold: Sprint Gives WiMAX a Real Boost The WiMAX community, powerJohnG-8/10/2006
74Moto and WiMAX >> <B>Edward Zander's $15-Billion Question</BEric L-7/17/2006
73Intel Raises Stakes on WiMAX Race Skylight Research - Point of View Still soakDexter Lives On-7/7/2006
72ABI Research on QUALCOMM and 802.20 >> <B>802.20 Working Group SuspEric L-7/5/2006
71Wither 802.20 MBWA? >> <B>IEEE Suspends 802.20 Group</B> PCPEric L-6/28/2006
70IEEE 802.20 working group declares 'cooling off' period Loring Wirbel -Dexter Lives On-6/15/2006
69WiMAX IPR Issues [QUALCOMM] >> <B>Time to Pay the WiMAX Piper</BEric L-6/7/2006
68Wi-Bro (Samsung's Mobile Wi-Max) appears to be quite real. . Message 2198436P2V-12/20/2005
67Samsung, Wi-Bro, and WiMAX >> <B>Wi-Bro Becomes Real, And The WorlEric L-11/21/2005
66802.16e Mobile WiMax Slippage >> <B>Mobile WiMax Coming Soon?</BEric L-11/21/2005
65Andrew Orlowski on WiMax (Twice) >> <B>Fixed WiMAX Emerges from SlEric L-10/31/2005
64<i>Big wheel keep on turnin', ....</i> ieeDexter Lives On-9/27/2005
63Few seem to know that the basis for Fujitsu's Wi-Max System On a Chip is SiWP2V-9/10/2005
62Forward Concepts [Will Strauss] on WiMAX >> <B>Analyst Handicaps WiEric L-9/10/2005
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