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Mitec Announces $2.7M Contract with Major Chinese Telecom Provider

February 11, 2008  Staff

MONTREAL (CNW Telbec) — Mitec Telecom Inc. has announced a series of purchase orders for its mobile wireless Interference mitigation filters totaling $2.7 million from a major Chinese Telecom provider. The equipment from Mitec will be used in a South American network expansion. Deliveries are expected to take place over the next three to six months. Mitec’s interference mitigation filters provide operators of existing networks the ability to co-locate services of different wireless standards on the same utility tower. As future network expansion is often difficult to predict, frequency coordination for expansion is often a problem for operators. For telecommunications companies looking to increase subscriber capacity at co-located service sights, the increased capacity requires additional bandwidth usage in order to handle the traffic, and creates frequency interference. Mitec’s interference mitigation filters can be deployed to minimize frequency interference between services. This type of network interference is especially pronounced in densely populated urban centers in regions of Europe, South America and Asia. www.mitectelecom.com


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