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UMB and HSDPA vs. WiMAX: the third is not superfluous!

So, the details of the UMB (Ultra Mobile Broadband) technology, which Qualcomm is positioning as an alternative to the rival technologies of HSDPA and WiMAX, are becoming known. While CTIA Wireless 2021 was in Orlando, the company announced CSM8900 and MDM8900 (CSM – Cell Site Modem, MDM – Mobile Data Modem, base station and client terminal equipment, respectively).

CSM8900 and MDM8900 comply with 3GPP2 UMB standard and use CDMA2000 standard with 20 MHz subbands (like WiMAX), orthogonal carrier multiplexing and MIMO technologies to achieve high throughput. According to the company, MDM8900 can download data at speeds up to 40 Mbps, and send data at speeds up to 10 Mbps. This significantly exceeds the theoretical maximum for HSDPA (14.4 Mbps for data downloads), but falls short of the theoretical maximum for WiMAX (75 Mbps).

CSM8900 uses Qualcomm Snapdragon platform and supports 4×4 MIMO configuration.

The MDM8900 is expected to ship in the first quarter and the CSM8900 in the second quarter of next year.

Well, the emergence of another player in the high-speed wireless sector is likely to benefit end users, as it will intensify competition and spur HSDPA and WiMAX proponents to develop new and reduce the cost of existing solutions and services. Whether this will benefit Qualcomm is still an open question, the company’s desire to promote proprietary technologies and standards has not yet benefited them and, as can be observed in the mobile segment, out of more than two billion subscribers, the overwhelming majority does not use the CDMA standard. In addition, in a year or two, UMB technologies will have to break into a segment that HSDPA and WiMAX may already share. However, in some cases, the situation may be different – for example, in Russia WiMAX technology is already developing, and quite dynamically, while third-generation UMTS networks, and with them HSDPA (which is an add-on to UMTS / WCDMA), are just getting ready to a commercial launch, and against this background, Skylink’s IMT-MC450 (CDMA2000 in the 450 MHz band) network may even gain some advantage. If, of course, Qualcomm’s CSM equipment is capable of operating in this, still quite exotic, range.

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