WiMax World 2006: Ready to Play with Wireless Broadband Toys?

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WiMax World 2006: Ready to Play with Wireless Broadband Toys?

Aperto's PM5000 Base Station is based on the IEEE 802.16-2004 fixed WiMax standard but accepts a blade that boots it up to the 802.16e mobile WiMax standard. That means customers can migrate to mobile when they—and the now-unfinished standard

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WiMax World 2006: Ready to Play with Wireless Broadband Toys? - Aperto's Mobile WiMax Blade

Here's the circuit board for Aperto's upcoming Mobile WiMax blade, which slips into the chassis on the PacketMax 5000.

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WiMax World 2006: Ready to Play with Wireless Broadband Toys? - Expedience's WiMax VOIP Setup

Motorola's recently purchased Expedience division's VOIP setup featuring a Dell laptop, phone and an external subscriber modem to hang on or in an external wall.

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WiMax World 2006: Ready to Play with Wireless Broadband Toys? - Flyvo Game Handheld

Flyvo's Mobile WiMax-enabled game-playing handheld, with a 62MHz Intel XScale chip and a 4-inch LCD screen (WVGA 800-by-480).

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WiMax World 2006: Ready to Play with Wireless Broadband Toys? - Flyvo WiFi Modem

Flyvo's modem features RJ-45, Wi-Fi, AP and TCP/IP capabilities.

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WiMax World 2006: Ready to Play with Wireless Broadband Toys? - Flyvo's Navigation/VOIP Handheld

Running on Windows CE 5.0 Professional Plus, Flyvo's Mobile WiMax handheld features WLAN, TDMB, Navigation and VOIP.

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WiMax World 2006: Ready to Play with Wireless Broadband Toys? - Flyvo Smartphone

Flyvo's Mobile WiMax Smartphone offers VOIP, a camera and Bluetooth MicroSD (memory expansion).

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