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Determining Radiated Performance of Mobile WiMAX Devices

The past year has seen a flurry of activity related to bringing the next generation of broadband wireless technology, commonly referred to as Mobile WiMAX, to the market. Based on the IEEE 802.16e standard for local and metropolitan area networks, released in 2005, Mobile WiMAX promises wireless data connections of 10 to 15 megabits per second in a typical cellular radius, far exceeding the capabilities of today's 2.5-3G wireless networks.

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Determining Radiated Performance of Mobile WiMAX Devices
Author Michael D. Foegelle
Publication Microwave Journal
Date March 2008
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