Kyocera base stations tout 4Mbps downlink

16 Apr 2008

Kyocera announced an enhancement to its iBurst 3.9G Mobile Broadband Wireless Access system that enables downlink speeds to double up to 4Mbps.

This new technology, Kyocera said, will begin appearing in iBurst base stations and terminals by the end of the year.

With this new technology, the user's maximum data rate will double to four megabits per second (4Mbps) in the downlink.

Kyocera said its new iBurst base stations will provide downlinks of up to 32Mbps on a 5MHz band, or 64Mbps at 10MHz, and will support a new frequency of 700MHz.

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