ALSO NOTED: Oklahoma City launches $5M WiFi mesh network; Fujitsu aims for $951M in WiMAX chip sales; and much more...

> Oklahoma City launches a $5-million WiFi mesh network that covers a 555-square-mile area. Article

> Skyworks Solutions has introduced what it says is the industry's first bulk acoustic wave (BAW) filters for customer premise equipment (CPE) to allow co-existence between WiFi and WiMAX networks. Article

> Japanese electronics maker Fujitsu said it aims for $951 million in sales of its WiMax-use microchips in the year starting April 2011. Article

And finally... The Advertising Standards Authority banned an LG phone ad because it shows a woman using her phone will driving. Article

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