Wikipedia Definition & Overview – WiMax
WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) is a wireless communications standard designed to provide 30 to 40 megabit-per-second data rates, with the 2011 update providing up to 1 Gbit/s for fixed stations. It is a part of a “fourth generation,” or 4G, of wireless-communication technology.
802.16 Wireless Standard – New
The is an exclusive news source about advancement in WiMAX and the emergence of the 802.16 wireless standard.
The latest stories on Wimax from the newssite BroadbandBreakfast.
Clear WiMax Coverage Map
Find out what cities have CLEAR 4G WiMAX Internet coverage using our coverage map. Service is available on our WiMAX network with 4G technology.
Clearwire may Dump Wimax
Clearwire said it’s changed the terms of an agreement it had with Intel, one of its largest investors, that could lead the way for Clearwire to dump WiMAX and switch to LTE.
The latest stories on Wimax from the newssite GigaOm.
How WiMAX Works
Introduction to how Wimax works, its coverage and speed, cost, and its technology at home.
Video: CTIA 2012 – NewNet keeps the WiMAX flame alight
NewNet CEO PJ Louis and EVP of its Applications Business Unit Ang Ledford, provide insight into the company’s plans for expanding WiMAX as well as support for LTE-based services.
WiMAX & LTE Research Center
Your source for WiMAX and LTE news, opinion, product comparisons and reviews.
Contains a WiMax learning center with information and solutions related to WiMax as well as links to news articles.
The WiMAX Forum® is an industry-led, not-for-profit organization that certifies and promotes the compatibility and interoperability of broadband wireless products based upon IEEE Standard 802.16. The WiMAX Forum’s primary goal is to accelerate the adoption, deployment and expansion of WiMAX technologies across the globe while facilitating roaming agreements, sharing best practices within our membership and certifying products.