Monthly Archives: September 2010

Deep future panel at PIMRC

The PIMRC 2010 panel on Wednesday morning in Istanbul on the “Deep future: Beyond IMT advanced” was led by Werner Mohr of Nokia-Siemens Networks (left)and provided a few interesting discussion items.  One of the key issues discussed where mobile data … Continue reading

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Green Radio debate at PIMRC 2010 in Istanbul

There are quite few large scale initiatives in “Green” Energy efficient wireless systems. This was evident from both the technical sessions as well as in the panel session on Monday afternoon, Sept 27th.  All the big players is on the … Continue reading

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FCC planning to open white spaces for ’super Wi-Fi’

The FCC plans to vote on rules to govern use of “white spaces” in spectrum between TV stations to enable high-bandwidth wireless broadband Read this article It’s been years coming, but the Federal Communications Commission appears ready to vote on … Continue reading

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Free Wireless Access shot down?

The FCC turned down an application from an outfit called M2Z Networks for spectrum in the 2GHz range (2155 -2180 MHz, the so called AWS-3 band ). MZ2 proposed a business model where it would provide moderate spead wireless access … Continue reading

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China Mobiles OPhone in trouble?

I am reading a news story in  about the imminent demise of the OPhone, China Mobiles attempt to make low end smart-phone with a local adaptation of Android.  Even though there is a massive customer base, it still seems … Continue reading

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