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BROADBAND WIRELESS

Interest in broadband wireless has revived based on new IEEE802.16-2004 and IEEE802.16e-2005 standards and WiMAX interoperability certification along with strong endorsement from WiMAX Forum members, which includes Intel.

SEE OUR NEW REPORT, PUBLISHED JUNE 2006, "Broadband Strategies for the Fixed Market" This is a companion report to our earlier "Broadband Strategies for the Mobile Market" published in February 2006.

A Report Bundle is also available. Please see the "Broadband Strategies for Fixed and Mobile" section
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Broadband Wireless Business Case

The business case for WiMAX as a Broadband Wireless system is compelling and will produce the result that WiMAX will supplement and often replace 3G, DSL, and other wireline and wireless technologies to provide broadband services.

3G WIRELESS

Broadband 3G Wireless is now beginning to ramp up as service providers deploy WCDMA and 1xEV-DO networks. These are now being enhanced with HSDPA and other techniques for higher data rates. How will the market develop? Will 3G take mobile to a new level?
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3G ARPU and Services Development

Voice ARPUs are declining. 3G technology will enable new high speed data services to stop and reverse the overall ARPU decline.

FIXED-MOBILE CONVERGENCE

Using unlicensed spectrum with broadband access indoors and cellular networks outdoors from the same handset is slowly emerging as a commercial reality. But will it really do what is hoped for? Or will it wither away as other VoIP solutions gather pace?solutions as VoIP eats into traditional telecom revenues.
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PORTABLE VOICE & DATA

There are soon to be 6 technologies available to the mobile user for voice and data. Do we need them all? Which will be the long term survivors and why?
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