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  1. #1
    MarkF
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    http://www.rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=17740

    Nextel Communications Inc.'s decision earlier this week to expand its
    wireless broadband network trial in the Raleigh, N.C., market may have
    proven well founded as network testing conducted by RBC Capital
    Markets indicated Flarion Technologies' Flash-OFDM based technology is
    providing data speeds nearly three times faster than CDMA2000 1x EV-DO
    networks and equal to wireline-based broadband offerings.



    See More: NEXTEL Flarion outperforms CDMA 1x EV-DO




  2. #2

    Re: NEXTEL Flarion outperforms CDMA 1x EV-DO

    On 17 Apr 2004 04:34:05 -0700, [email protected] (MarkF) wrote:

    >http://www.rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=17740
    >
    >Nextel Communications Inc.'s decision earlier this week to expand its
    >wireless broadband network trial in the Raleigh, N.C., market may have
    >proven well founded as network testing conducted by RBC Capital
    >Markets indicated Flarion Technologies' Flash-OFDM based technology is
    >providing data speeds nearly three times faster than CDMA2000 1x EV-DO
    >networks and equal to wireline-based broadband offerings.


    If you look at the central part of that link you'll see the text:

    "The speeds were triple the 329 kbps average throughput similar
    testing produced using Verizon Wireless?f EV-DO network/..."

    But it uses 4 times the bandwidth. So, it's less spectrally efficient.
    Spectrum costs $$$.

    Since Nextel's rolling out the service on MMDS bands (not cellular),
    if Nextel doesn't have MMDS spectrum in your market, don't plan on
    having the Flarion based service. There will be very few markets that
    ever have it.




  3. #3
    George
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    Re: NEXTEL Flarion outperforms CDMA 1x EV-DO


    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]

    > If you look at the central part of that link you'll see the text:
    >
    > "The speeds were triple the 329 kbps average throughput similar
    > testing produced using Verizon Wireless?f EV-DO network/..."
    >
    > But it uses 4 times the bandwidth. So, it's less spectrally efficient.
    > Spectrum costs $$$.
    >
    > Since Nextel's rolling out the service on MMDS bands (not cellular),
    > if Nextel doesn't have MMDS spectrum in your market, don't plan on
    > having the Flarion based service. There will be very few markets that
    > ever have it.


    I didn't see the MMDS part in the article. Did you find that somewhere else?
    Since one of Nextel's problems is lack of spectrum it would seem they would
    need to run it in some other band.







  4. #4
    Eddie Haskel
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    Re: NEXTEL Flarion outperforms CDMA 1x EV-DO

    Sounds like "Vaporware"....will believe it when it's REALLY available.
    Nextel's coverage in rural areas and off the "beaten" path has been dismal
    to say the least. I won't hold my breath waiting for them to impliment THIS
    feature anytime soon.....Eddie (was a Nextel customer for 18 months)

    "MarkF" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > http://www.rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=17740
    >
    > Nextel Communications Inc.'s decision earlier this week to expand its
    > wireless broadband network trial in the Raleigh, N.C., market may have
    > proven well founded as network testing conducted by RBC Capital
    > Markets indicated Flarion Technologies' Flash-OFDM based technology is
    > providing data speeds nearly three times faster than CDMA2000 1x EV-DO
    > networks and equal to wireline-based broadband offerings.






  5. #5

    Re: NEXTEL Flarion outperforms CDMA 1x EV-DO

    On Sat, 17 Apr 2004 09:02:13 -0400, "George" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >
    ><[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >
    >> If you look at the central part of that link you'll see the text:
    >>
    >> "The speeds were triple the 329 kbps average throughput similar
    >> testing produced using Verizon Wireless?f EV-DO network/..."
    >>
    >> But it uses 4 times the bandwidth. So, it's less spectrally efficient.
    >> Spectrum costs $$$.
    >>
    >> Since Nextel's rolling out the service on MMDS bands (not cellular),
    >> if Nextel doesn't have MMDS spectrum in your market, don't plan on
    >> having the Flarion based service. There will be very few markets that
    >> ever have it.

    >
    >I didn't see the MMDS part in the article. Did you find that somewhere else?
    >Since one of Nextel's problems is lack of spectrum it would seem they would
    >need to run it in some other band.


    http://www.dailywireless.org/modules...ticle&sid=2031

    Look about 1/4 way down the page.

    http://www.equitekcapital.com/Invest...less111003.htm

    Looks like they've shifted to 1.25 MHz of spectrum instead of 5. (They
    used to offer it in 5 MHz.)

    http://www.flarion.com/news/pr_2004/031704.asp



  6. #6
    dep_blueman
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    Re: NEXTEL Flarion outperforms CDMA 1x EV-DO

    The whole point is that they already have made it available and it is
    the fastest mobile wireless data service to date. The trial in N.C.
    was recently 'cut short' in that it was working so well they have
    started accepting paying customers.

    Pricing was posted in another thread but it ran from $35/month for
    slower MB limited plans to $80 for full speed unlimited plans.

    Does anyone have a list of markets in which Nextel owns the spectrum
    to support this service?

    -D

    "Eddie Haskel" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Sounds like "Vaporware"....will believe it when it's REALLY available.
    > Nextel's coverage in rural areas and off the "beaten" path has been dismal
    > to say the least. I won't hold my breath waiting for them to impliment THIS
    > feature anytime soon.....Eddie (was a Nextel customer for 18 months)
    >
    > "MarkF" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > http://www.rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=17740
    > >
    > > Nextel Communications Inc.'s decision earlier this week to expand its
    > > wireless broadband network trial in the Raleigh, N.C., market may have
    > > proven well founded as network testing conducted by RBC Capital
    > > Markets indicated Flarion Technologies' Flash-OFDM based technology is
    > > providing data speeds nearly three times faster than CDMA2000 1x EV-DO
    > > networks and equal to wireline-based broadband offerings.




  7. #7
    Andrew Shepherd
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    Re: NEXTEL Flarion outperforms CDMA 1x EV-DO

    Try as I may, I cannot uncover a definitive answer as to which
    spectrum Nextel is utilizing for its trial deployment of FLASH-OFDM in
    the Research Triangle metro. Three possibilities seem to emerge: SMR
    800, MMDS, or PCS.

    Additionally, the Flarion documentation is somewhat vague as to
    whether FLASH-OFDM deployment requires 1.25 MHz paired FDD
    (frequency-division duplex) for a total spectrum outlay of 2.5 MHz or
    625 KHz paired FDD for a total of 1.25 MHz. Flarion ambiguously
    states 1.25 MHz FDD, though I would suspect the former, that 1.25 MHz
    "green field" spectrum is required for each of the forward &
    reverse-links.

    As its name would suggest - Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing
    - it is a frequency-division interface, but the precise tonal spacing
    required for frequency-orthogonality eliminates as a possibility the
    interleaved portions of Nextel's SMR 800 MHz spectrum - the same
    spectrum intertwined w/ public safety channels that Nextel wishes to
    return to the FCC in exchange for a nationwide 10 MHz PCS license.
    However, assuming that disregard of the established 25 KHz
    channelization would be permitted under SMR regulations, the
    contiguous 5 MHz paired of the SMR 800 A-C licenses or the 3.75 MHz
    paired of the D-FF licenses - all of which are typically held by
    Nextel - could be utilized for FLASH-OFDM deployment, albeit at the
    great expense of iDEN capacity, which makes SMR spectrum utilization
    unlikely.

    http://wireless.fcc.gov/auctions/dat...800smrband.pdf

    As Craig has astutely pointed out, Nextel has acquired a sizeable
    holding of MMDS (Multichannel Multipoint Distribution System)
    spectrum, largely through the bankruptcy purchase of WorldCom's MMDS
    assets. The MMDS spectrum in the 2.6 GHz band was not originally
    designed for two-way transmission. It is not paired FDD. But two-way
    data communication has been approved by the FCC. And the 6 MHz
    channelization (designed for 6 MHz NTSC analog TV channels) is large
    enough that FLASH-OFDM FDD operation could possibly be contained w/in
    a channel or certainly w/in separate channels w/in the MMDS band.

    http://wireless.fcc.gov/auctions/dat...ns/mdsband.pdf

    Finally, others have reported that Nextel is leasing PCS spectrum for
    the FLASH-OFDM trial in Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill. The PCS A & PCS B
    licenses in MTA006 are AT&TWS & Cingular, respectively, neither of
    which would be likely to lease any of their spectrum to competitor
    Nextel. The same could be said of Sprint PCS, the PCS D licensee in
    BTA368. That leaves the BTA368 PCS C, PCS E, & PCS F licensees:
    Urban Comm - North Carolina, ALLTEL, & Comscape Telecommunications of
    Raleigh-Durham, respectively.

    http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsS...sp?licKey=9049
    http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsS...sp?licKey=9723
    http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsS...p?licKey=10068

    ALLTEL as well is certainly a competitor to Nextel, but ALLTEL
    controls the Cellular B-side license in the Raleigh-Durham CMA, hence
    its PCS spectrum in that market could be expendable. The more likely
    contender, though, would be either of the two entrepreneurial
    companies, about which little information seems to be available.

    Andrew
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  8. #8

    Re: NEXTEL Flarion outperforms CDMA 1x EV-DO

    On 21 Apr 2004 12:21:46 -0700, [email protected] (Andrew Shepherd) wrote:

    >Try as I may, I cannot uncover a definitive answer as to which
    >spectrum Nextel is utilizing for its trial deployment of FLASH-OFDM in
    >the Research Triangle metro. Three possibilities seem to emerge: SMR
    >800, MMDS, or PCS.


    PCS.


    Regulators Mulling Nextel Spectrum Proposal
    BY REINHARDT KRAUSE, INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY, Monday, March 8, 2004

    <snip>

    "However, Nextel is testing a wireless data network developed by startup
    Flarion Technologies. The trial, in North Carolina, uses gear that operates
    at 1.9 GHz."

    <snip>


    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/WFHSG/message/5540


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  9. #9
    Andrew Shepherd
    Guest

    Re: NEXTEL Flarion outperforms CDMA 1x EV-DO

    [email protected] wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...

    > PCS.
    >
    >
    > Regulators Mulling Nextel Spectrum Proposal
    > BY REINHARDT KRAUSE, INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY, Monday, March 8, 2004
    >
    > <snip>
    >
    > "However, Nextel is testing a wireless data network developed by startup
    > Flarion Technologies. The trial, in North Carolina, uses gear that operates
    > at 1.9 GHz."
    >
    > <snip>
    >
    >
    > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/WFHSG/message/5540


    MMDS.

    "Nextel's market trial is using Flarion in the MMDS (2.5-2.6GHz) band."

    http://www.dailywireless.org/modules...ticle&sid=2031

    So which is it - leased PCS or licensed MMDS? The ambiguity persists...

    Andrew
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  10. #10

    Re: NEXTEL Flarion outperforms CDMA 1x EV-DO


    See More info below-

    Andrew Shepherd <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Try as I may, I cannot uncover a definitive answer as to which
    > spectrum Nextel is utilizing for its trial deployment of FLASH-OFDM in
    > the Research Triangle metro. Three possibilities seem to emerge: SMR
    > 800, MMDS, or PCS.


    PCS

    >
    >
    > Additionally, the Flarion documentation is somewhat vague as to
    > whether FLASH-OFDM deployment requires 1.25 MHz paired FDD
    > (frequency-division duplex) for a total spectrum outlay of 2.5 MHz or
    > 625 KHz paired FDD for a total of 1.25 MHz. Flarion ambiguously
    > states 1.25 MHz FDD, though I would suspect the former, that 1.25 MHz
    > "green field" spectrum is required for each of the forward &
    > reverse-links.
    >


    I spoke to Ray (Flarion's CEO) at CTIA He said they use 400KHZ carriers
    with a small "Guard Band"
    The FLASH-OFDM is a proprietary OFMD unlike Texas Instruments and does not
    conform to all of the industry standards

    >
    > As its name would suggest - Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing
    > - it is a frequency-division interface, but the precise tonal spacing
    > required for frequency-orthogonality eliminates as a possibility the
    > interleaved portions of Nextel's SMR 800 MHz spectrum - the same
    > spectrum intertwined w/ public safety channels that Nextel wishes to
    > return to the FCC in exchange for a nationwide 10 MHz PCS license.


    Not exactly true Nextel does have some contiguous blocks of spectrum.
    I asked Ray if they could "Break Out" a 400 Khz carrier
    for use he said " Yes, but not in its current config"

    >
    > However, assuming that disregard of the established 25 KHz
    > channelization would be permitted under SMR regulations, the
    > contiguous 5 MHz paired of the SMR 800 A-C licenses or the 3.75 MHz
    > paired of the D-FF licenses - all of which are typically held by
    > Nextel - could be utilized for FLASH-OFDM deployment, albeit at the
    > great expense of iDEN capacity, which makes SMR spectrum utilization
    > unlikely.
    >
    > http://wireless.fcc.gov/auctions/dat...800smrband.pdf


    If you have contiguous blocks of 25Khz channel you can use them.
    I.E. WiDEN which uses multiple 25 Khz channels.

    >
    >
    > As Craig has astutely pointed out, Nextel has acquired a sizeable
    > holding of MMDS (Multichannel Multipoint Distribution System)
    > spectrum, largely through the bankruptcy purchase of WorldCom's MMDS
    > assets. The MMDS spectrum in the 2.6 GHz band was not originally
    > designed for two-way transmission. It is not paired FDD. But two-way
    > data communication has been approved by the FCC. And the 6 MHz
    > channelization (designed for 6 MHz NTSC analog TV channels) is large
    > enough that FLASH-OFDM FDD operation could possibly be contained w/in
    > a channel or certainly w/in separate channels w/in the MMDS band.
    >
    > http://wireless.fcc.gov/auctions/dat...ns/mdsband.pdf


    Yep, Yep, that is Nextel's back up plan to the "SCAM PLAN".

    >
    >
    > Finally, others have reported that Nextel is leasing PCS spectrum for
    > the FLASH-OFDM trial in Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill. The PCS A & PCS B
    > licenses in MTA006 are AT&TWS & Cingular, respectively, neither of
    > which would be likely to lease any of their spectrum to competitor
    > Nextel. The same could be said of Sprint PCS, the PCS D licensee in
    > BTA368. That leaves the BTA368 PCS C, PCS E, & PCS F licensees:
    > Urban Comm - North Carolina, ALLTEL, & Comscape Telecommunications of
    > Raleigh-Durham, respectively.
    >
    > http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsS...sp?licKey=9049
    > http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsS...sp?licKey=9723
    > http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsS...p?licKey=10068


    It's Comscape

    Likely? The way Timmy throws around nextel's cash these carriers will
    lease their 1st Born.
    Look at Nextel's SEC filing. Do a little math and you will see COMSCAPE is
    getting big bucks.

    >
    >
    > ALLTEL as well is certainly a competitor to Nextel, but ALLTEL
    > controls the Cellular B-side license in the Raleigh-Durham CMA, hence
    > its PCS spectrum in that market could be expendable. The more likely
    > contender, though, would be either of the two entrepreneurial
    > companies, about which little information seems to be available.


    There is plenty of info around .

    ComScape Telecommunications, Inc./Kiwi PCS is headquartered in West Palm
    Beach, Florida and is
    constructing a CDMA2000 1X wireless system in North Carolina with
    expansion into Ohio, West Virginia and
    Kentucky. They now offer their Kiwi Free service in Wilmington, North
    Carolina. ComScape is privately-held
    and has virtually no debt. They are a facilities-based, fully integrated,
    telecommunications services company
    with switching centers in Raleigh, North Carolina and Charleston, West
    Virginia. In addition, they have a call
    center in West Palm Beach, Florida.

    >
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > [email protected]
    > [email protected]
    > http://www.ku.edu/home/cinema/


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  11. #11

    Re: NEXTEL Flarion outperforms CDMA 1x EV-DO

    Flarion Is On FIRE~~~~~~

    Timmy said publicly a few months ago at one of the Nextel Dog & Pony Shows
    for Investors that Nextel was "renting" some
    spectrum for the Flarion deployment in N.C. He would not say "Who" was
    renting Nextel the spectrum, however a little
    research tells the whole story............


    Nextel Leases Spectrum From -COMSCAPE TELECOM OF RALEIGH-DURHAM For
    Flarion Network

    License-

    ULS License- PCS Broadband License - KNLG699 - COMSCAPE TELECOMMUNICATIONS
    OF
    RALEIGH-DURHAM LICENSE, INC.
    BTA368 - Raleigh-Durham, NC
    Channel Block
    F
    Submarket
    0
    Associated
    Frequencies

    1890.00000-1895.00000 MHZ
    1970.00000-1975.00000 MHZ


    http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsS...p?licKey=10068


    Who is ComScape ???

    As of 2003-
    ComScape Telecommunications, Inc./Kiwi PCS is headquartered in West Palm
    Beach, Florida and is constructing a
    CDMA2000 1X wireless system in North Carolina with expansion into Ohio,
    West Virginia and Kentucky. They now offer
    their Kiwi Free service in Wilmington, North Carolina. ComScape is
    privately-held and has virtually no debt. They are a
    facilities-based, fully integrated, telecommunications services company
    with switching centers in Raleigh, North Carolina and
    Charleston, West Virginia. In addition, they have a call center in West
    Palm Beach, Florida.


    Bhogin M. Modi ComScape Telecommunications, Inc.
    ComScape Telecommunications, Inc. Kiwi PCS Kiwi PCS
    Telephone: 561-540-4771; E-mail: [email protected]
    1926 10th Avenue North, Suite 305
    West Palm Beach, Florida 33461


    ===============================================================================

    Nextel / Flarion Equipment-

    Flarion Base Stations

    1971.25 -1973.75 MHZ

    1972.55-1976.2 MHZ


    *************************************************

    Flarion PC Card

    1890.75 -1894.25 MHZ

    Flarion Fixed Subscriber Unit (Home PC)

    1890.75 -1894.25 MHZ


    https://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/oet/c...estTimeout=500

    Timmy the mystery is DONE!
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    Andrew Shepherd wrote:

    > Try as I may, I cannot uncover a definitive answer as to which
    > spectrum Nextel is utilizing for its trial deployment of FLASH-OFDM in
    > the Research Triangle metro. Three possibilities seem to emerge: SMR
    > 800, MMDS, or PCS.
    >
    > Additionally, the Flarion documentation is somewhat vague as to
    > whether FLASH-OFDM deployment requires 1.25 MHz paired FDD
    > (frequency-division duplex) for a total spectrum outlay of 2.5 MHz or
    > 625 KHz paired FDD for a total of 1.25 MHz. Flarion ambiguously
    > states 1.25 MHz FDD, though I would suspect the former, that 1.25 MHz
    > "green field" spectrum is required for each of the forward &
    > reverse-links.
    >
    > As its name would suggest - Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing
    > - it is a frequency-division interface, but the precise tonal spacing
    > required for frequency-orthogonality eliminates as a possibility the
    > interleaved portions of Nextel's SMR 800 MHz spectrum - the same
    > spectrum intertwined w/ public safety channels that Nextel wishes to
    > return to the FCC in exchange for a nationwide 10 MHz PCS license.
    > However, assuming that disregard of the established 25 KHz
    > channelization would be permitted under SMR regulations, the
    > contiguous 5 MHz paired of the SMR 800 A-C licenses or the 3.75 MHz
    > paired of the D-FF licenses - all of which are typically held by
    > Nextel - could be utilized for FLASH-OFDM deployment, albeit at the
    > great expense of iDEN capacity, which makes SMR spectrum utilization
    > unlikely.
    >
    > http://wireless.fcc.gov/auctions/dat...800smrband.pdf
    >
    > As Craig has astutely pointed out, Nextel has acquired a sizeable
    > holding of MMDS (Multichannel Multipoint Distribution System)
    > spectrum, largely through the bankruptcy purchase of WorldCom's MMDS
    > assets. The MMDS spectrum in the 2.6 GHz band was not originally
    > designed for two-way transmission. It is not paired FDD. But two-way
    > data communication has been approved by the FCC. And the 6 MHz
    > channelization (designed for 6 MHz NTSC analog TV channels) is large
    > enough that FLASH-OFDM FDD operation could possibly be contained w/in
    > a channel or certainly w/in separate channels w/in the MMDS band.
    >
    > http://wireless.fcc.gov/auctions/dat...ns/mdsband.pdf
    >
    > Finally, others have reported that Nextel is leasing PCS spectrum for
    > the FLASH-OFDM trial in Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill. The PCS A & PCS B
    > licenses in MTA006 are AT&TWS & Cingular, respectively, neither of
    > which would be likely to lease any of their spectrum to competitor
    > Nextel. The same could be said of Sprint PCS, the PCS D licensee in
    > BTA368. That leaves the BTA368 PCS C, PCS E, & PCS F licensees:
    > Urban Comm - North Carolina, ALLTEL, & Comscape Telecommunications of
    > Raleigh-Durham, respectively.
    >
    > http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsS...sp?licKey=9049
    > http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsS...sp?licKey=9723
    > http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsS...p?licKey=10068
    >
    > ALLTEL as well is certainly a competitor to Nextel, but ALLTEL
    > controls the Cellular B-side license in the Raleigh-Durham CMA, hence
    > its PCS spectrum in that market could be expendable. The more likely
    > contender, though, would be either of the two entrepreneurial
    > companies, about which little information seems to be available.
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > [email protected]
    > [email protected]
    > http://www.ku.edu/home/cinema/


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