Note: I would like to get my hands on one of these with WiMax. As long as the processor is not the bottleneck once it gets the WiMax speed then it could be a nice little mobile computer.
Nokia's N800 tablet is to get Mobile WiMAX connectivity in order to be used on Sprint's US WiMAX network next year, though it's probably keeping Wi-Fi and Bluetooth just in case.
Azimuth Systems, introduced the new ACE™ 400WB, a comprehensive channel emulator platform for testing multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) and single-input-single-output (SISO) WiMAX solutions. The ACE 400WB is the industry’s first WiMAX channel emulator – a purpose-built, single box solution that provides sophisticated channel modeling capabilities in a complete test automation platform. The Azimuth solution enables real-time performance testing of MIMO devices, streamlining the testing of WiMAX chipsets, clients and infrastructure.
LitePoint Corporation, a provider of advanced wireless test solutions, announces the release of the tri-band version of the IQmax one-box test system. In addition to the 3.3 to 3.8GHz band already supported by the single-band version of the instrument (introduced last May), the IQmax Test System now supports testing fixed and mobile WiMAX products in the 2.15 to 2.7 GHz and 4.9 to 6.0 GHz bands as well as optional test support for WiFi and Bluetooth products.
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