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FCC approves Redline WiMAX CPE

Briefs | 12/05/2007 3:10 pm EST

The Federal Communications Commission has certified Redline Communications Inc.'s new 3.65 GHz WiMAX subscriber unit. This marks the first gear to be approved for operation in this band by the FCC. This particular RedMax customer premise equipment (CPE) is designed to be installed outdoors at business or residential locations to establish broadband wireless connectivity to the network operator's WiMAX base station. Each Redline RedMAX AN-100U base station can provide broadband connections to thousands of business or residential users.

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