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Comment by juha, on 15-May-2006 11:43
Interesting angle. How wide are the frequency bands in question?
Comment by juha, on 15-May-2006 12:51
No, the 2.3GHz bands. It's not pukka WiMAX is it, but WiBro... http://www.geekzone.co.nz/blog.asp?blogid=22&postid=312 Wonder they're thinking about offering a phone service here, with Korean handsets? Hmm, Annette swapping places with Theresa...
Comment by juha, on 15-May-2006 15:35
Isn't there a limit trade-off between high (lots of data fits in, poor reach/penetration) and low (less data but better reach/penetration) frequencies that rules out UHF for data transmission?
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