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Created: May 31, 2008
Pantherlynx Created: May. 31, 2008
I think in the long term it will hurt Sprint by going with WiMax due to the fact that it will be solely responsible for ensuring that its customers have access to 4G, and will not be able to create roaming agreements with other wireless carriers. Right now I think it has become painfully obvious that Sprint is hurting, as they are discussing selling off the Nextel division...
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Created: May 28, 2008
Pantherlynx Created: May. 28, 2008
Blue4Life wrote: Does Clearwire sell cellular service? The mobile WiMAX solution is supposed to work within a 10 mile radius (unlike cellular networks) & fixed wireless solutions up to 30 miles. I can't imagine what kind of battery life you would get if this were implemented on a cell phone. If I had to guess, I would say that the WiMAX "4G" devices would have to be PC ca...
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Created: May 27, 2008
Pantherlynx Created: May. 27, 2008
Sorry, I missed one. Speaking to investors yesterday, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse made comments on the company's WiMax business. He noted that the trials in Chicago and Baltimore-Washington, D.C., are going well and that Sprint will roll out dual-mode CDMA/WiMax handsets later this year. Until now, Sprint had only confirmed that "consumer electronics devices" would have WiMax on ...
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Created: May 27, 2008
Pantherlynx Created: May. 27, 2008
News clip from RCRnews.com Further, Alltel is the second major CDMA carrier (after Verizon Wireless) to switch tracks and select LTE — which stands on the GSM evolution path — as its 4G choice. Thus, the future of UMB, the 4G upgrade for CDMA, remains that much cloudier. Clearwire Corp., which recently benefited from a seven-party deal to form a much larger Clearwire that ...
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Created: May 27, 2008
Pantherlynx Created: May. 27, 2008
Why are we behind? Because here in the States we have no policy in place that standardizes what type of Wireless Network a cellular provider can deploy. Verizon & Sprint uses CDMA AT&T & T-mobile uses GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSPA Nextel uses iDEN And none of these technologies are cross compatible. So, if a phone manufactuere wants to make a phone for more then one company, the...
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Created: Apr 20, 2008
Pantherlynx Created: Apr. 20, 2008
Here are the Imaging & Video Specs for your phone right from the Nokia website. Imaging and video Integrated 1.3 megapixel camera (1280 x 960 pixels) with up to 6x digital zoom Image formats supported: JPEG Video recording and playback in 3GPP (H.263) format with sound Video resolution: 176 x 144 pixels, 15 fps Video playback and streaming supports the following formats an...
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