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    Check out THIS article from Wired Magazine! I wonder who will be the first Wireless network to incorporate it...
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    no way man, anything more than 2100 requires base stations like every half mile. It won't be the thing.
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    This looks like an interation of 802.11 which would be employed in hotspots. Perhaps we should be wondering who the first carrier will be to implement WiMAX, or 802.16. This would trump EDGE / CDMA as the thread title states.
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    That's it!!!! I'm not buying the Treo 650 unless it has Ultrawideband!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KKenna
    This looks like an interation of 802.11 which would be employed in hotspots. Perhaps we should be wondering who the first carrier will be to implement WiMAX, or 802.16. This would trump EDGE / CDMA as the thread title states.
    right, broadcasting at 2400 megahertz. You really think that a wireless company is gonna put a tower on every street corner?
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    OMG! Will it run Half-Life 2?
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    well 2.4 ghz is unlicensed so it would be inexpensive to set up transmitters... also- i believe that the standards that are being formed dont use towers but more like beefed up wireless APs. problem with 2.4ghz is that everything operates in that space, so there would be tons of interference, and because of FCC part 15 rules, you could technically maliciously kill a competitor's signal and they couldn't stop you.
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