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Information and Accessories for CC208 on Sprint

About the CC208


Length: 124 mm (4.9")
Width: 34 mm (1.3")
Depth: 22 mm (0.9")

PC Card
Length: 138 mm (5.4") 
Width: 54 mm (2.1") 
Depth: 22 mm (0.9")

Weight: 47 g (2.4 oz) Combined

Internal Antenna

Internal dual-band receive diversity 800/1900 MHz

MIMO on WiMAX 2500 MHz RX/TX Diversity

System Requirements Card Slot: ExpressCard34/54 or PCMCIA Type II Low Voltage 32-bit CarBus with PCMCIA adapter
Pentium processor: 166 MHz
Disk Drive: CD ROM
Disk Space: 70 MB
Internet browser software
Operating Systems Supported • Windows  XP, Vista and 7
• Mac OS X 10.4+
Environmental Operating Temperature: 0° C to +55° C
Storage Temperature: -20° C to +65° C
Standards/Specifications • IS 2000 (CDMA 1xRTT)
• IS 683 A Service Provisioning
• IS 856 A (EV-DO) Rev. A & Rev. 0

R&TTE directive 1999 / 5 / EC
(health, safety, EMC, spectrum)
FCC Type Acceptance
CDMA Developers Group (stages 1, 2, 3)
WiMax Forum Certification

Wireless Technology


WiMax Wave 2 2.5 GHz
CDMA 1xEV-DO Rev A/0, 1xRTT; 800/1900 MHz
gpsOneXTRA and Standalone GPS

Data Speeds WiMAX: up to 10 Mbps Down / 5 Mbps Up
EV-DO up to 3.1 Mbps Down / 1.8 Mbps Up

Antenna Port Location

Tips For Using Your Antenna/Adapter Cable:

  • Your antenna port may be under a plastic cover or a rubber plug (which can be pried up with something like a pen or bent paperclip) or you may need to remove the back plate or battery door of your device to access it. If you cannot locate your antenna port, please contact us and we will help.
  • Be GENTLE when connecting or disconnecting the adapter cable to/from your device - the connector pins and the ports themselves can be VERY FRAGILE!!!
  • If the adapter cable feels loose when you connect it to the antenna port, remove it and roll it back and forth between your thumb and forefinger while applying medium pressure. The friction and pressure will cause the connectors' "teeth" to tighten up, allowing it to fit more snugly in your device's antenna port. The connection between some adapter cable/device combinations may continue to be loose, but that does NOT necessarily mean there is a problem - to confirm that the cable is making a successful connection to your device's antenna port, check your signal strength with and without the antenna connected (if you are seeing signal improvement, the adapter is connected properly).
  • If you're using a magnetic mount antenna, make sure it is connected to something magnetic or it will not work! If you're using an antenna that included radials, make sure the radials are screwed on or it will not be as effective! (other antennas do not require grounding)
Already have an antenna/amplifier and just need the adapter cable?