The Networks business of Motorola plans to support “802.16e Enhanced” features in its WiMAX product roadmap, working with ArrayComm to implement advanced baseband technology. This strategy supports an initiative launched by WiMAX industry leaders to accelerate advanced features that increase performance and capacity.

In support of accelerating its 802.16e Enhanced product offering, Motorola is integrating the advanced Multi-Antenna Signal processing technology (A-MAS) from ArrayComm into Motorola’s wireless broadband radio solutions.

Motorola is driving its WiMAX roadmap with 802.16e Enhanced feature capabilities and benefits, including functionalities aimed at increasing coverage, reducing interference and improving single-user throughput.

The deployment of 802.16e Enhanced will be a software upgrade to Motorola’s latest WiMAX solution and consistent with future network migrations. Ultimately, 802.16e Enhanced will help operators meet consumers’ demand for constant connectivity and richer personal media experiences.

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