Airspan, Pinnacle Wireless make WiMAX deal with New Jersey Transit Authority

Airspan and partner Pinnacle Wireless announced a deal with the New Jersey Transit Authority (NJTA) to deploy a WiMAX network that will enable monitoring, control and communications along the two main New Jersey highways.

The project includes more than 100 WiMAX sectors operating in the 4.9 GHz band that will be deployed along 360 miles of the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway. Using Airspan's HiperMAX base stations, the NJTA will be able to employ the network inr a variety of applications such as variable message signs, traffic monitoring, CCTV cameras and roadway weather information systems.

Pinnacle and Airspan have also partnered on a number of key New Jersey WiMAX ventures including public safety networks for Hudson County and the City of Harrison as well as deploying WiMAX networks for the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority with communications coverage of the Meadowlands and Monmouth Park.

For more:
- see this release

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