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Juha
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  Reply # 43172 2-Aug-2006 19:25
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juha: Hi Tom.

I think Walker Wireless got MRs 9 and 11 in 1999 already.


That was too fast...

I looked it up, and Walker Wireless purchased the MRs in 1999.




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  Reply # 43216 3-Aug-2006 12:14
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MED intends to reconfigure the frequency band into three 30MHz blocks, which should work much better for WiMAX than the current 8MHz ones - WiMAX gear is set up for 5 and 10MHz channels.



It is mroe granular than that depending on this chipset and vendor, typically 3,5,7,10MHz are some of the channel sizes I have seen avaliable.

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