Mobile WiMAX
IEEE802.16e-2005-compliant mobile wireless standard.
 Smallest in class
The WX300 is the smallest among all-in-one base stations which incorporate the wireless transceiver, wireless signal processor, media converter, GPS receiver, and power supply in a single enclosure. Based on Fujitsu research as of February 6, 2008.
 Gallium-nitride High Electron Mobility Transistor (HEMT)
An ultra-fast field-effect transistor pioneered by Fujitsu in 1980. Gallium nitride (GaN) semiconductors are more resistant to breakdown at a given voltage than conventional semiconductors, such as silicon or gallium arsenide. The HEMT structure enables high-voltage, high-speed data processing.
 Digital pre-distortion (DPD) technology
Technology that adds an input signal with the opposite characteristics to the distortion generated in an amplifier, thereby correcting the distortion in advance.
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Date: 06 February, 2008
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