One of the first WiMax "4G" handsets?


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    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants Moderator

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    Why would you resent wimax as a 4g technology? It is extremely similiar to the paper standard that is LTE. Do you resent LTE as well? That's like saying you resent the grand marquis but not the crown vic
     
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    nateo200 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Not you again...:). Idk I just see LTE as the way to go. I like wimax but it doesn't seam like it will be adopted as a 4G standard as much as LTE...I Do realize that there similar but I think lte has more of a future. Not to mention better data rates but its not like wimax can't be improved.
     
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    Doesnt matter about Data rates b/c the backhaul is decades away from matching it.

    Its odd though... cant be made for Sprint... its GSM
     
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    nateo200 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yeah kinda stinks. But how hard would it be to throw in a dual band CDMA2000 radio? Still I think it would be cool to use on sprint to test out the wimax on a handset, you could also try and roam on T-Mobile....
     

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