Huawei says the mobile WiMAX network it supplied to Perth based vividwireless is the world's first to use four transmit and receive antennas and beamforming and is able to deliver bandwidths of 36Mbps downstream and 4Mbps upstream 3kms from the base station.
vividwireless has extended its mobile WiMAX network to areas around the Australian National University and universities of Queensland and Adelaide and says an announcement of funding for large scale rollouts in these cities and in Melbourne and Sydney could be "imminent".
The U.K.’s first — and currently only — 4G network, run by carrier EE, has announced it is increasing the size of the data caps on some of its mobile broadband tariffs by around 60 percent, while keeping its pricing structure the same.
You remember how we told you T-Mobile has secret plans of an unlimited 4G data plan in the works? Well T-Mobile couldn’t contain itself any more and spilled the beans on its truly Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data Plan.
The mobile WiMAX base station supplied by Huawei for the vividwireless networks has become one of the first WiMAX products to receive the WiMAX Forum seal of approval for operation with multiple antennas (MIMO) in the 2.3GHz band.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: NetworkingAustralia’s fourth largest ISP TPG has announced it will be offering an NBN package of $69.99 a month with unlimited data usage. Speed will be limited to 12 Mbps.