Anatech Microwave, Develops,
manufactures, and supplies a large variety of RF, and Microwave
component, used in Wireless, and communication systems. Our quality
products are used in Homeland security, and public safety systems,
Wireless LAN, PCS, GSM, Point to point communications, WiFi, WiMax,
and many other wireless, and communications systems. For the design
engineer, Anatech offers the flexibility of providing products
designed to match exact specifications, and requirements.As a
manufacturer and supplier, Anatech works with a variety of
distributors, and help maintain their supply chain, by providing
accurate deliveries, and works with long range demand requirements, by
maintaining close contact with the program manager, and contractors.
Anatech technical, and customer support staff, will help you determine
the exact specifications, and design criteria needed to implement your
particular product. Anatech, markets its product globally, and
provides solutions to the professional, that develops, designs, or
integrates wireless systems.
Our key products include a large variety of ceramic, and cavity
filters, splitters, power dividers, amplifiers, antennas, cables, and
many more. As we say If you do not find it, well make it.
WiMAX, an acronym that stands for Wireless Interoperability for
Microwave Access, is a certification mark for products that pass
conformity and interoperability tests for the IEEE 802.16 standards.
WiMAX is a standards-based technology enabling the delivery of
last mile wireless broadband access as an alternative to cable and
DSL. WiMAX will provide fixed, nomadic, portable and, eventually,
mobile wireless broadband connectivity without the need for direct
line-of-sight with a base station.
In a typical cell radius deployment of three to ten kilometers,
WiMAX Forum Certified systems can be expected to deliver capacity of
up to 40 Mbps per channel, for fixed and portable access applications.
This is enough bandwidth to simultaneously support hundreds of
businesses with T-1 speed connectivity and thousands of residences
with DSL speed connectivity.
Mobile network deployments are expected to provide up to 15
Mbps of capacity within a typical cell radius deployment of up to
It is expected that WiMAX technology will be incorporated in
notebook computers and PDAs in 2006, allowing for urban areas and
cities to become MetroZones for portable outdoor broadband wireless
access.(Exert from wimax forum.org)