Mobile WiMAX, xMax and 3G LTE - Analysis of Mobile Broadband Technologies

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In this research service, Frost & Sullivan will analyze some of the underlying issues pertaining to next generation mobile broadband technologies and how these technologies will more or less deliver to what is being currently experienced by users in the fixed broadband space. Frost & Sullivan has taken into consideration three emerging technologies, that being 3G LTE (Long Term Evolution), Mobile WiMAX and xMax, and will validate its potential in revolutionizing the mobile broadband landscape in the years to come.

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Mobile WiMAX, xMax and 3G LTE - Analysis of Mobile Broadband Technologies, Analysis of Next Generation Mobile Broadband Wireless Access TechnologiesIntroductionIntroductionMobile WiMAXTechnical OverviewPerformance Characteristics of Mobile WiMAXWiMAX Forum CertificationKey Challenges and Restraints Facing Mobile WiMAXThe Last Word on Mobile WiMAXxMax by xG TechnologyOverviewxG Technology’s Patented TechnologyxG Technology’s Sustainable Competitive AdvantageMarket Deployments and Business ModelPerformance Characteristics of xMax The Last Word on xMax3G LTETechnology OverviewUpgrading 3G to 3G LTE3G LTE Road Map and Performance CharacteristicsProgression of TD-CDMA Platform to 3G LTENext Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN)The Last Word on 3G LTE




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