xG to Test Its Mobile VoIP Technology at Fort Bliss Military Base

xMAX 'cognitive radio' technology will be put through its paces in the 1,700 sq. mi. desert training area.

By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Oct 12, 2010
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"Proving any new technology can be a daunting task, even if you have world changing technology, and xMax is exactly one such technology, that could significantly increase signal range of our mobile devices. xG Technology announced a contract to deploy on a trial basis its xMax cognitive mobile network over a large part of the US Army's Fort Bliss Desert Training areas in Texas and New Mexico. xMax is a cognitive radio based mobile VoIP and data system that uses an end-to-end Internet Protocol [IP] system architecture and operates in the license-free ISM 900MHz band [902-928MHz]," writes BSN.com's John Oram.

"Fort Bliss is the US Army's largest training facility and a leading center for the testing of new weapons and communications systems. With an area of about 1,700 square miles [4,400 km2], it is the Army's second-largest installation behind the adjacent White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. Fort Bliss also provides the largest contiguous tract [1,500 sq mi, 3,900 km2] of virtually unrestricted airspace in the continental United States; the airspace is used for missile and artillery training and testing," Oram writes.

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