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wideband

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T-Mobile execs on how they can afford to buy out your early-termination fees

In an interview with CNET, the executives dish on their ETF buyout plan and the push for faster WideBand LTE, and they continue to dump on Sprint.

By January 8, 2014

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Comcast's 50 Mbps service comes to OR, WA next month

Comcast subscribers from the Pacific Northwest will be the next group of lucky folks to get access to Comcast's wideband services, which bring up the top speed to 50 Mbps.

By November 17, 2008

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Accessorize, with an antenna

NEC has announced a wideband wearable antenna that you can attach to your clothes to supplement the signal when reception is poor.

By October 31, 2007

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Ultra wideband to get first airing at CES

While a standards battle rages, first products will debut in Las Vegas.

By January 5, 2005

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Ultra wideband may get wider

Motorola plans to bring a compromise offer to a Berlin meeting to break a standards stalemate.

By September 8, 2004

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What will you do with 100Mbps Bluetooth?

Bluetooth industry body announces plans to boost the wireless standard using ultra-wideband technology, but what will this enable and will we see another format war ignite over competing technologies?

By March 29, 2006

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Ultra wideband may end up royalty-free

XtremeSpectrum tells a standards body that if its ultra wideband technology is chosen, it won't make other companies pay royalties.

By October 29, 2003

Review

Junxion Box JB-110B

The Junxion box turns your cellular wideband connection into a Wi-Fi hot spot.

By June 24, 2005

3 stars Editors' rating June 24, 2005

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Consensus builds for ultra wideband

An accord between Intel and TI takes the stage as standards creators meet to ponder a host of proposals for the wireless standard, which could rival Bluetooth and perhaps Wi-Fi.

By July 15, 2003

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Qualcomm raises third-quarter forecast

The company cites several factors, including stronger-than-expected royalties for its Wideband Code Division Multiple Access technology.

By May 12, 2004