Thursday, July 06, 2006
Navini Networks has announced its pre-mobile WiMAX Ripwave MX platform, in the 2.3 GHz frequency. The platform is said to be a “2.3 GHz a major WiMAX 16e frequency for personal broadband worldwide. The 2.3 GHz is currently defined as WCS which has some stringent FCC requirements for emission masks and limitations on providing mobility. Navini is currently the only vendor to have commercial deployment of 2.3Ghz in the U.S., and also the only vendor capable of deploying within the constraints of all WCS blocks, including C and D.