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Tuesday, 22 May 2007 10:05

Fujitsu releases mobile silicon on a chip WiMax

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WiFi on steroids

Fujitsu America is releasing the company's first mobile silicon on chip WiMax product in August.

According to a press release the baseband product, the MB86K21 802.16e, is designed to show significant performance improvements.

The new device is based around the WiMax Forum Wave 2 mobile device certification. It supports 5 and 10 MHz channel bandwidths, has a variety of adaptive modulations modes and has security support built in. The MB86K21 802.16e will support USB 2.0 and Card Bus / PCI host interface support.

The Chip will be released in Asia first. A Design Kit and a PC Card Reference Platform Delivery Kit will be released soon.
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