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In addition to the 4G LTE USB WWAN Modem Motorola announced today, the company is also helping WiMAX operators build out their networks with the new WiMAX Access Point (WAP) 850. The WAP 850 enables WiMAX operators to build fewer WiMAX sites with higher capacity. The base station is built with the future in mind by providing a migration path to 802.16m WiMAX or Long Term Evolution. The WAP 850 uses Intelligent Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) scheduler software. When used in combination with Motorola's high capacity baseband hardware, it can support up to 40% more subscribers than... Read more...
D-Link introduced its first commercial grade 802.11n WLAN solution that targets small and medium-sized businesses. This new offering has a built-in heater and rugged exterior chassis so that it can be used in outdoor environments. The new D-Link AirPremier N Selectable Dual-Band Access Point (DAP-3520) features integrated 802.3af PoE support so the device can be mounted in locations where power outlets are not easily available. The new access point provides maximum wireless signal rates of up to 300Mbps in either the 2.4GHz or 5GHz wireless band. Full details of this AP are available in the press... Read more...
Actiontec's 54Mbps Wireless Access Point Easily Connect to Your Network or Share an Internet Connection By, Marco Chiappetta October 16, 2003 Over the past few years, two things have happened that have significantly increased the demand for products like the Actiontec 802.11g 54Mbps Wireless Access Point and PC Card we'll be looking at today.  PC prices have fallen through the floor and broadband Internet connections have become somewhat commonplace.  With PC prices so low, it is now common for the typical household to have more than one computer.  Couple that with a fat pipe to... Read more...