D-Clue Tiny WiMax Chip For Mobile Phones.

Posted: Jun 15 2006, 9:32am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:48pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones


D-Clue Tiny WiMax Chip for Mobile Phones.
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Japanese D-Clue Technologies Co. offers a tiny WiMax chip that can be integrated on mobile phone circuit board.

The D-Clue DC11 series WiMax amplifiers measure only 5x5mm. These chips can boost the input signal 50x, apparently enabling you to operate as far away as 50km from a WiMax base station.

So maybe we will soon have HSDPA, Wi-fi and WiMax connectivity on cellphones. The verdict about the success of WiMax is still out. WiMax is for instance commercially deployed in Austria by a company called WiMax Austria.
More details on Nikkei.Net (Subscription) and on the D-Clue site.

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