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Beyond 2.5G and 3G Wireless Networks
ArrayComm's I-Burst 


ArrayComm's I-Burst Network

It uses SmartAntenna technology. The network is in trials in the United States and is used by the Personal Handyphone network in Japan. IBurst promises to provide 1 Mbps Internet connection when it becomes available. 

According to the vendor, SmartAntenna technology can greatly enhance capacity of wireless spectrum by an ingenious technique of adding a unique spatial metric to each transmission. Therefore, it can reuse the same channel many times over. through this technique, it overcomes the limitations of cellular technology which depends on a frequency, time slot or code for distinguishing different transmissions in the same geographic area. Using ArrayComm's IBurst technology, two users standing close to each other can share the same channel.

Targeted at the mass customer market, ArrayComm's i-BURST is a portable, wireless Internet system powered by ArrayComm's IntelliCell smart antenna technology. With a per-user data rate of up to 1 Mbps, the company said, i-BURST offers 400 times more capacity than current wide-area wireless systems, and 40 times more capacity claimed by next-generation cellular networks.

For More Information - Go to ArrayComm site.  Also see Mobileinfo news advisory.


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