Does WiMAX Have The Right Stuff?

Axner, David H.
July 2006
Business Communications Review;Jul2006, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p58
Trade Publication
The article examines the functions of WiMAX, a broadband, last-mile, standards-based wireless technology, was conceived for voice and video applications over metropolitan area networks. WiMAX offers substantial bandwidth, extensive coverage, quality of service and support of a variety of wireless applications. It can provide access to fixed, portable, nomadic and mobile users within moving vehicles. Carriers and wireless Internet service providers may provide WiMAX-based service and deploy on existing wireless mesh networks.


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