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 Amvac Chemical Corporation - Fortress® 5G
Fortress® 5G is a granular soil insecticide for use on field corn, sweet corn, popcorn and seed corn.
Fortress 5G may also be applied as a T-Band (4 to 5 inch band) at planting, and must be incorporated into the top one-inch of soil using drag chains, tines, or similar equipment for incorporation.
Fortress® 5G rapidly binds to the soil and has very low water solubility, resulting in low soil mobility, which minimizes leaching and runoff potential.
www.amvac-chemical.com /fortress5g.html

  
 Ariane 5G
Stellat-5 was an Alcatel Spacebus 3000B3 with a dry mass of 1805 kg and 2245 kg of propellant.
LV Configuration: Ariane 5G s/n V153 "Ville de Charleroi".
LV Configuration: Ariane 5G V160 Ville de Bordeaux-Cita diColleferro.
www.astronautix.com /lvs/ariane5g.htm

  
 Business Wire: 5G Wireless Purchases 30% Of Skyhub Asia
5G also retains an option to purchase a further 20% stake in the company.
5G Wireless Communication, Inc. (OTCBB: FGWC) is a cutting edge provider of wireless solutions, which utilizes state of the art equipment and proprietary solution elements which delivers a dramatic improvement in performance while at the same time realizing the bottom line benefit of decreased communications costs.
The Board of Directors of 5G Wireless Communications, Inc. (OTCBB:FGWC) is pleased to announce a 30% purchase of the capital stock for Skyhub Asia Holdings Limited.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_2001_May_30/ai_75113641

  
 Slashphone.com - Bluespoon 5G: It's small! - mobile phone reviews, news, rumors, mobile community and more...
5G is shown for the first time to the public on the CES 2004 in January in
The 5G measures 3 centimeters in length, and 1.7 centimeters in width.
Bluespoon 5G is a 5 gram ultra discrete wireless headset for mobile phones.
www.slashphone.com /62/425.html

  
 ProKennex Kinetic Pro 5G Racquets Customer Feedback
I replaced my 6.2 Wilson Hyper Hammer with the 5G and, wow what a difference!
The 5G is a great racquet for people who want pinpoint accuracy and don't need the power serve to bowl down opponents.
The 5g is known to be a good racquet for TE sufferers.
www.tennis-warehouse.com /feedback.html?pcode=P5G2

  
 Taiwan's flat panel makers lumber towards 5G
And the step to 5G manufacturing is fraught with technical difficulties which both LG Philips and, to a lesser extent Samsung have begun to overcome.
Manufacturers in the area were required to step up their 5G plans to compete and required the necessary finance to do so, sources stated.
Chi Mei Optoelectronics’s (CMO) is building a 5G line, scheduled to begin operaion in the fourth quarter of next year, the wire reports.
www.theinquirer.net /?article=6841

  
 2006 International CES: New Product Details
Since 2001 NEXTLINK has introduced three "worlds smallest" wireless Bluetooth headsets and with 5G we are setting standards on form factor and design.
NEXTLINK Bluespoon 5G weight is only (5.68 gr.) and is compatible witth all Bluetooth enabled mobile phones, PDA's and other Bluetooth enabled devises supporting audio.
NEXTLINK Bluespoon 5G is the ultimate gadget available on the market today.
cesweb.org /press/new_products/rd_new_product_details.asp?prodid=5047

  
 Welcome to AYSO Area 5G
The Volunteers of Area 5G urge everyone to help the survivors of Hurricane Katrina and give generously to the Red Cross.
www.korrnet.org /ayso5g

  
 DriverHeaven.net - Samsung & LG.Philips LCD to increase capacity of their second 5G lines
A South Korean industry source said that Samsung plans to increase the processing capacity of its second 5G TFT LCD line, Line 6, which is scheduled to begin operations in October, from 60,000 substrates per month to 90,000-100,000.
LG.Philips LCD has probably also decided to increase the monthly capacity of its second 5G line, from 60,000 substrates to 90,000 substrates, but has not announced its decision, according to the same source.
To meet rapidly increasing LCD TV demand, Samsung Electronics and LG.Philips LCD have decided to increase the capacity of their second fifth-generation (5G) TFT LCD lines, according to the Korea Economic Daily.
www.driverheaven.net /showthread.php?t=20411

  
 5G Wireless Launches VoIP Long Distance with Rates under 3 Cents per Minute
The high speed 802.11b 5G "Wi Fi" technology, which is being used by government, business and residential customers, is often out performing expectations.
Utilizing proprietary IEEE 802.11b enhancements for "Last Mile" point-to-point and point-to-multi-point networks, 5G customers receive dependable, super high-speed Internet access, without the usual installation delays and at significantly lower costs than most major competitors.
MARINA DEL REY, Calif.--March 26, 2003--5G Wireless Communications, Inc. (OTCBB:FGWC) announced today the launch of its VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service for termination and origination of domestic and international calls, bringing national long distance rates to levels as low as 2.9 cents per minute.
www.wirelessdevnet.com /news/2003/85/news8.html

  
 Wireless Pioneer Robert McNamara Joins 5G Wireless as Technology Consultant
These features are particularly significant through 5G Wireless' use of IEEE 802.11b enhancements for "last mile" roaming and point-to-multi-point networks.
5G Wireless' products are distinguished by their exceptional data rate/range, number of concurrent users, line-of-sight capabilities and a unique security protocol.
The addition of Dr. McNamara will further strengthen 5G Wireless' technology resources and help the company accelerate in attaining its goal of being a leader in the broadband wireless campus market.
www.tmcnet.com /usubmit/2004/Jul/1058122.htm

  
 5G Wireless Communications, Inc. Signs OEM Agreement with Nomadix
The OEM agreement allows 5G Wireless to add the billing, authentication and management capabilities offered by Nomadix's family of Access Gateways and licensed embedded software solutions to its G-Force suite of wireless broadband products and systems.
Under the terms of the agreement Nomadix and 5G Wireless will jointly market both existing and newly-developed products to wireless environments with multiple access points and users that require roaming capabilities.
5G Wireless Communications, Inc. (OTCBB:FGWC) announced that it has entered into an OEM agreement with Nomadix, Inc..
www.bbwexchange.com /publications/newswires/page546-820005.asp

  
 Nextlink Special Edition #1 BlueSpoon 5G review review (phoneArena)
The headset can be easily put on with one hand and even though its weight is more on the heady side (23 grams) it be worn for prolonged periods of time without creating discomfort.
Nextlink's Special Edition #1 BlueSpoon 5G headset is for the individual who wants the "Ultimate Bleeding Edge" product and is willing to make compromises for bragging rights to that end.
Jon Magnussen the Senior Engineer in charge of development and assembly of the 5G Headsets has completed 10 of the very first 5G Headsets.
www.phonearena.com /htmls/readreviews.php?id=515

  
 Think Secret - Briefly: iPod mini, 5G iPod, PowerBooks
A single-platter 40GB drive will enable a 5G iPod to be as thin as today's 20GB model.
The 5G iPod, which Think Secret doesn't expect will appear until the middle of the year at the earliest, will move away from the iconic white form factor towards a more silver enclosure that matches the Mac mini, PowerBook, and Power Mac products, sources say.
Channel supply of current PowerBook G4 models is completely dry, sources say, leading Think Secret to believe that the updated models, reported earlier this month, will probably arrive in a quiet announcement on Tuesday, January 25 or, at the latest, February 2.
www.thinksecret.com /news/0501briefly2.html

  
 Nextlink.to Bluespoon 5G Gallery (MobileBurn)
Luckily, they had some rather interesting devices to show us, including a working version of their new 5G headset.
One of the few headset manufacturers that I had time to visit at CeBIT 2004 this year was Nextlink.
www.mobileburn.com /gallery.jsp?Id=678

  
 Amvac Chemical Corporation - Fortress® 2.5G
Fortress 2.5G is a granular soil insecticide for use on corn (field, sweet, popcorn, and seed) for the control of northern, western, and southern corn rootworms, wireworms, cutworms, seedcorn maggots, white grubs, and symphylans.
Fortress 2.5G should be applied as a T-Band over the row or applied In-Furrow at planting with a granular pesticide applicator properly calibrated to assure accurate placement and proper application rate.
Fortress 2.5G is applied at planting in a T-Band with incorporation in the top one-inch of soil or In-Furrow.
www.amvac-chemical.com /fortress25.html   (515 words)

  
 RFC 3481 (rfc3481) - TCP over Second (2.5G) and Third (3G) Generation Wire
One important benefit for 2.5G/ 3G networks, is that it minimizes the amount of potentially stale data that may be queued in the network ("clicking from page to page" before the download of the previous page is complete).
TCP over 2.5G and 3G What follows is a set of recommendations for configuration parameters for protocol stacks which will be used to support TCP connections over 2.5G and 3G wireless networks.
While this recommendation is applicable to 3G networks, operation over 2.5G networks should exercise caution as per the recommendations in RFC 3150 [5].
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc3481.html   (7150 words)

  
 2.5G
2.5G is a stepping stone between 2G and 3G cellular wireless technologies.
While the terms "2G" and "3G" are officially defined, "2.5G" is not.
Some protocols, such as EDGE for GSM and CDMA2000 1x-RTT for CDMA, officially qualify as "3G" services (because they have a data rate of above 144 kbit/s), but are considered by most to be 2.5G services (or 2.75G which sounds even more sophisticated) because they are several times slower than "true" 3G services.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/2/2.5G.htm   (305 words)

  
 2.5G Will Be Fine, Thank You
With European 2.5G systems costing $3 billion compared to $250 billion for 3G, the "business case for 3G appears to be eroding," said the study.
At first, 2.5G was meant to be a stop-gap measure giving operators time to roll out 3G networks.
A Merrill Lynch study this spring predicted 2.5G would be the likely choice for cell phones over the next few years.
itmanagement.earthweb.com /entdev/article.php/881381   (1207 words)

  
 The Kerton Group - Publications and Research
2.5G is a version of wireless technology which is loosely defined as: always on, packet data, and faster than current cellular data flavor of 2.5G offered by ATT will offer speeds of "up to 10 times current rates", and will allow concurrent use of wireless data services and voice services.
2.5G was supposed to be a big splash, but it sounds like the main new advantages being touted are the ability to "surf" data with the phone while carrying on a voice call at the same time.
I have to say that the news I've seen about this 2.5G was about as anti-climactical as an episode of Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom.
www.kerton.com /papers/20010802c.html   (339 words)

  
 2.5G
Being packet based, 2.5G technologies allow for the use of infrastructure and facilities only when a transaction is required, rather than maintaining facilities in a session-like manner.
The major impetus for 2.5G is the "always-on" capability.
Another 2.5G technology that is circuit based, High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD).
www.mobilein.com /2.5G.htm   (467 words)

  
 2.5G - a Whatis.com definition
2.5G describes the state of wireless technology and capability usually associated with General Packet Radio Services (GPRS)- that is, between the second and third generations of wireless technology.
3GNewsroom.com suggests "Forget 3G, look out for 2.5G instead."
SearchNetworking.com provide links to sites related to "Wireless in the Enterprise."
whatis.techtarget.com /definition/0,,sid9_gci750029,00.html   (198 words)

  
 The 3G/2.5G Controversy: GSM vs. CDMA - NewMobileComputing.com
A lot of it swirls around the term "2.5G," which it seems was coined because wireless operators started developing low-bandwidth data services and calling them 3G, hoping to capitalize on the hype.
When people started hearing vendors refer to GPRS as 3G, they cried foul, and eventually the term 2.5G was applied to these services.
Like CDMA2000 1x and every other 2.5G and 3G network, 1xEV-DV will probably be slower than advertised.
newmobilecomputing.com /story.php?news_id=3091   (1824 words)

  
 Cingular Wireless Delivers 2.5G Services to Seattle Customers
The new 2.5G service is branded as ‘Cingular Internet Express’ offering consumers and businesses alike Internet access of speeds up to 10 times faster than currently available, the company said.
The Seattle launch is the beginning of a nationwide 2.5G rollout and sets the stage for cellular migration to more advanced wireless services.
The company expects to roll out the service this fall in California, Nevada, and the Carolinas, with expectations of making it available in all of its GSM markets by early 2002.
www.mobileinfo.com /News_2001/Issue36/Cingular_GPRS.htm   (312 words)

  
 Glossary Search Results
It features digital encoding of voice, and 3G features are slowly being added to form a 2.5G version of digital wireless technology.
2.5G - Second generation wireless technology (2G) with incomplete third generation (3G) technology added to it.
What is good for 50 people may not work for 300 people.
www.geek.com /glossary/glossary_search.cgi?1   (1800 words)

  
 2.5G service deployments gather momentum
However, users should have modest expectations regarding phase one 2.5G throughput because the bandwidth experienced with these services under real-life conditions is significantly lower than the maximum.
I appreciate their reasoning - 2.5G data speeds are two to three times faster than 2G under real-life conditions.
When considering current 2.5G services and future enhancements, important issues include service availability, device throughput, security, application design and price.
www.networkworld.com /columnists/2002/0204eye.html   (744 words)

  
 CNN.com - China Mobile has eyes only for 2.5G - June 5, 2001
As China Mobile upgrades to 2.5G, it will usher in a new market for 2.5G-ready handsets.
China Mobile deputy director Lu Xiang Dong told the Xinhua news agency that China Mobile's upcoming 2.5G services would enable it to rival the CDMA technology offered by China Unicom.
A 2.5G upgrade would support much higher data transmission speeds.
archives.cnn.com /2001/BUSINESS/asia/06/05/hk.chinamobile2.5g   (357 words)

  
 broadband » News » Still Hyping 2.5G - Cingular, meet wall, writing
Forums » News articles » Still Hyping 2.5G
News » Still Hyping 2.5G - Cingular, meet wall, writing
Cingular and AT&T Wireless are in an interesting spot; their respective (soon to be collective) EDGE offerings barely scrape 130kbps for around $80 a month, while Nextel's Flash OFDM (1.5Mbps at $75 a month) and Verizon's EvDO (300-500kbps at $80 a month) networks are slowly heading nationwide in billion dollar deployments.
www.broadbandreports.com /shownews/42651   (742 words)

  
 EETimes.com - Moto's 2.5G entry challenges TI, Intel in wireless
At the heart of what the company is calling the 2.5G Innovative Convergence Platform is a dual-core baseband processor IC with an integrated DSP-56600 and ARM7 TDMI that use the latest 0.13-micron, copper-based technology.
The move by Motorola follows through on its surprise announcement in July of a change in strategy that would see it leverage its internal technology for the merchant marketplace for both 2.5G and third-generation (3G) platforms.
Moto's 2.5G entry challenges TI, Intel in wireless
www.eet.com /story/OEG20010917S0092   (1816 words)

  
 Rural Telecommunications: 2.5G more Questions than Answers?(Statistical Data Included)@ HighBeam Research
Often called the transitional phase between second and third generation (2G and 3G) wireless service, 2.5G first gained attention because of its ability to offer improved data capacity over 2G and deliver many of the same benefits as 3G.
As national carriers begin rolling out general packet radio service (GPRS)-the most common form of 2.5G being implemented today-changes in the telecom sector seem to indicate that this transitional technology may not hand off to 3G as soon as originally planned.
Rural Telecommunications: 2.5G more Questions than Answers?(Statistical Data Included)@ HighBeam Research
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1G1:82740707&refid=holomed_1   (208 words)

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