WiMAX set to grow on prairies

WiMAX set to grow on prairies

Hanna, Alberta, has 2,996 people, 16 restaurants, 10 churches, seven motels, and six WiMAX towers. This rural farming town about...

November 9th, 2006 John Cox

WiMAX set to mushroom from Alberta farm town

WiMAX set to mushroom from Alberta farm town

Hanna, Alberta, has 2,996 people, 16 restaurants, 10 churches, seven motels, and six WiMAX towers. This rural farming town about...

October 11th, 2006 John Cox

NTT DoCoMo’s 4G research hits 1G bps

NTT DoCoMo’s 4G research hits 1G bps

NTT DoCoMo Inc., Japan's biggest mobile communications carrier, achieved a 1G bps (gigabit per second) packet transmission speed using fourth-generation...

December 20th, 2004 Paul Kallender

NTT DoCoMo’s 4G research hits 1Gbps

NTT DoCoMo’s 4G research hits 1Gbps

NTT DoCoMo Inc., Japan's biggest mobile communications carrier, achieved a 1Gbps packet transmission speed using fourth-generation (4G) mobile communication equipment...

December 16th, 2004 Paul Kallender

Bluetooth group releases three-year road map

Bluetooth group releases three-year road map

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) Monday is releasing a three-year road map for Bluetooth short-range wireless technology that includes...

November 8th, 2004 Matt Hamblen

Final 802.11g draft standard throttles data rates down

Final 802.11g draft standard throttles data rates down

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. (IEEE) has approved a new and final draft standard for 802.11g wireless...

May 23rd, 2003 Bob Brewin

UPS to spend $127M on trimode wireless driver terminals

UPS to spend $127M on trimode wireless driver terminals

United Parcel Service Inc. plans to spend US$127 million on global deployment over the next five years of a new...

April 14th, 2003 Bob Brewin

Intel takes Ultra Wideband to 220Mbps

Intel takes Ultra Wideband to 220Mbps

Intel Corp. demonstrated a prototype Ultra Wideband (UWB) radio system transmitting data at over 220Mbps on Friday, and claimed a...

April 10th, 2003 Martyn Williams

Wi-Fi group gives first 802.11a certifications

Wi-Fi group gives first 802.11a certifications

Consumers and businesses can now buy 54Mbps wireless LAN (WLAN) products that are certified to work with similar products from...

January 16th, 2003 Stephen Lawson