Sprint Will Update Airave Femtocell for 3G Access
Apr 6, 2010, 8:35 PM by Philip Berne
IDG News is reporting that documents recently revealed by the FCC point to an update for Sprint's Femtocell device, the Sprint Airave. While the current Airave, made by Samsung, supports only the CDMA 1xRTT networks and slower data speeds, the new Airave, which will be made by Airvana, will also support up to 6 users on Sprint's 3G EV-DO network. Pricing and specific availability have yet to be announced, though AT&T and Verizon Wireless have both announced their intentions to offer femtocell devices. The user manual submitted to the FCC also mentions VoIP capabilities, a feature the original Airave lacked.
|Not Good, it still requires a GPS signal to work||mbrenner||
|How this will work||bluecoyote||
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