Posted: December 9, 2011

4G wireless nomadic devices in the form of USB dongles and Pocket modems are fast becomingthe preferred devices for wireless broadband access amongst 4G operators. Due to benefits of lowercost and smaller form factor, 4G wireless nomadic devices now account for 39%* of total WiMAXdevices shipped in 2010, and this tendency is set to continuously increase in the coming years as4G becomes pervasive.Generally, 4G wireless USB dongles cannot function alone and require an external host controller inthe form of a terminal (example: personal computer, netbook, tablet) to process the data packets,which normally runs on a specific protocol governed by the host operating system (e.g: Windows,Linux, Mac).


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