This ConsumerGram finds that the FCC’s proposal to add 22 MHz to support Wi-Fi would
provide sizable economic benefits for consumers – generating $11 billion in GDP per year and
creating nearly 90,000 jobs
the two locations are:
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New Bedford Massachusetts
my notes have this chip as the wifi chip for the surface pro 3. but this could of changed.
let me clarify. they are using "150 Microsoft Surface pro 3 tablets" for a test bed.
there is no direct mention of any involvement with the Microsoft Company in any of the documents. sorry for the confusion.
List below transmitting equipment to be installed (if experimental, so state) if additional rows are required, please submit equipment list as an exhibit :
Manufacturer Model Number No. Of Units Experimental
Ruckus ZoneFlex 7372 10 No
Ruckus ZoneFlex 7982 25 No
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 150 No
no your mistaken! you did buy something, i was sitting in the parking lot right next to you sniffing your wifi data. i got a hold of your credit card number and bought a "kids meal" for you :)
But I really think we need to look up. Way, way, up. Let’s bust through our old 3 GHz
ceiling. Let’s take a look at spectrum all the way up in the 60 GHz range—and maybe all the
way to 90 GHz. At these ranges, we can aggregate spectrum and allow data intensive
applications to ride across hundreds of megahertz at a time.
But these stratospheric frequencies mean more than just wide channels. The physics here
are different. That means real propagation challenges, but also new opportunities to think about
5G network topology. Because if you mix those wide channels with small cells packed close
together, you can densify networks at lower cost. This, in turn, can mean service that reaches
further into buildings at faster speeds than ever before, especially in fast-growing areas with the
greatest traffic demands.
Taking advantage of these millimeter waves will require thinking through some novel
technical and policy issues. But if we get them right, we will have a lot more resources to play
with as we move to next generation networks. And if we get started soon, we are more likely to
28. (a) Does the private fund use the services of someone other than you or your employees for marketing purposes?
Name of the marketer:
CHARDAN CAPITAL MARKETS LLC
(d) If the marketer is registered with the SEC, its file number (e.g., 801-, 8-, or 866-):
8 - 65277
and CRD Number (if any):
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On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 2:02 PM, Exalt Customer Care wrote:
Thanks for your reply.
We are somewhat bound by a non-disclosure agreement regarding our relationship with FiberTower and the testing that was performed, and the results.
What we can say is that they were testing our ExtremeAir rc11200 radio link, and this link provides 1Gbps full-duplex capacity within the 11GHz FCC Part 101 rules if an 80MHz channel allocation can be assigned. All tests for throughput, latency and reliability/availability were successful and met FiberTower's requirements. This product is available from production. However, most customers can only use a 40MHz channel, yielding ~500Mbps full-duplex throughput. We have had several succesfful implementations of this product worldwide both for traditional 40MHz channels yielding 500Mbps full-duplex,and some International cases, where spectrum regulations allow the full throughput of 1Gbps full-duplex using the 80MHz channel.
Let us know if you have any other questions. If we can answer them, we will.
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