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As part of the deal, Renesas will take over Nokia's wireless modem technologies for LTE, HSPA and GSM standards modem technologies.
PMCDE) in the United Kingdom will concentrate on the development of 3G and next-generation technologies such as wireless modems and platforms.
If your technology crashes, or you don't have a wireless modem, or you need space to spread out to work on a project, don't despair.
The card, which fits into a slot in laptops and hand-held devices, could make mobile Internet access more common, overcoming the slow connection speeds that saddle wireless modem cards widely available now.
The new Phonex PX-441 Secure Wireless Modem Jack(TM) offers a rapid method of installing secure impulse PPV Telco return path in multi-unit dwellings without having to hard wire telephone jacks.
EST) (OTCQB:ELST), dba ESTeem Wireless Modems, the manufacturer of the ESTeem product line of wireless modems, today announced the Company will issue a one-time, noncumulative, cash distribution to shareholders of record as of June 20, 2011.
Metricom customers plug small wireless modems about the size of a TV remote control into a laptop computer.
The new ESTeem 195Es wireless modem is a 900 MHz spread-spectrum modem for long-range, low-cost applications requiring either serial or Ethernet interface.
EST) (OTCBB: ELST), manufacturer of the ESTeem[TM] product line of wireless modems, announced today their establishment of a "doing business as" or "DBA" structure, based on the Company's registered trade name of ESTeem[TM] Wireless Modems.
InterDigital Announces Availability of Complete Dual-Mode 2G/3G Wireless Modem Platform Based on 2G GSM/GPRS/EDGE Technology from Infineon
The second Ethernet port can be used to connect multiple Ethernet devices to a single ESTeem 195 wireless modem and reduce the cost of an additional HUB or Switch at remote locations.

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