3Mbps Mobile data

March 2002
Management Services;Mar2002, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p32
Academic Journal
The company Flarion Technologies Inc. has developed Flasg-OFDM, a broadband interface technology for the mobile phone networks that multiplies ten times over previous expectations of cost versus performance. The system is based on Flarion's Radio router system that uses little base stations created in the user devices, such as phones and network nodes. Several networking companies have joined Flarion's call to form an alliance to create products based on Flasg-OFDM. The circuits to handle the transmit-and-receive signals are being made available to the partner companies, which include several of the major computer hardware and software companies in the world.


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