Unlicensed spectrum in the 900 MHz band has been largely unexploited for mobile telephone use because it was considered too “noisy.” The xMax network, however, with its patented unconventional approach has overcome this limitation. High quality calls at highway speeds are being made on the demonstration xMax network currently in operation in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The xG approach to better spectrum utilization is an example of how industry engineers are now using faster chip technology to defeat interference.
The FCC and congressional staff were invited to Ft. Lauderdale to test the system for themselves. It is anticipated that xG engineers will be making a more detailed presentation to the FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology in the near future.
On the heels of the Washington visits, xG Technology was awarded 2009 Product of the Year by Internet Telephony Magazine for its xMax product.
xMax is the product of xG Technology's extensive R&D activity, a $100 million international effort that involves companies in the US, Europe and Asia. xG's impressive patent portfolio, which includes over 50 US and more than 100 international patents and pending patent applications, has been developed with the goal of bringing lower-cost communications to consumers.
Accredited journalists, published telecom analysts, and prospective partners are invited to experience this new technology for themselves. xG has deployed a pilot xMax mobile VoIP network in the Ft. Lauderdale, Florida area where individuals can experience the excellent call quality of the xMax platform at highway speeds.
For more information, please visit www.xgtechnology.com and www.xmax.com.