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Rondog tells us about a new type of Internet Service in Oz.
Written by RonDog   
Wednesday, 06 July 2005 07:52

A new wireless Broadband technology, xGTM, is on the horizon and it aims to piggy back on radio signals in order to provide low-cost Internet access to millions:

Backers of a narrow-band wireless technology that uses low frequencies alongside existing activity on the wireless transmission spectrum claim better reach than next-generation WiMax wireless, with a lower cost because of the sub-gigahertz spectrum and low power required for the solution.

Florida-based xGTM Technology has been testing a wireless technology the company calls xMax, which it says can take advantage of lower-spectrum performance advantages without impacting the many other users of the spectrum, including TV and radio broadcasters.

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