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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] xG Technology

From: David Bengtson
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] xG Technology
Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2007 22:47:41 -0400
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Phil Karn has done a more recent analysis at http://www.ka9q.net/xmax.html . This matches with my personal analysis that it smells a bit like a reptile cage. They have been doing some more press releases through Mobile Radio Technology Mag, claiming they are close to a rollout.

Their claimed understanding of the spectral requirements of "single Cycle Modulation" don't match my understanding of the inverse requirement between time resolution and bandwidth (The faster you yank signals around, the more bandwidth you need).


Richard Clarke wrote:
Interesting however have a read of the following old Register article:




So, this appears to have been doing the rounds since mid 2005 but apparently nothing concrete to show 2 years later.

Difficult to find any articles more recent than 2005 on this 'technology'.

Anyone else find anything more concrete or recent regarding this?


Charles Swiger wrote:
Apologies for general/off topicness, but does anybody have any
comments/opionion about these guys:


Useful innovation or snake oil?



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