Deciphering xG Technology

We write thousands of stories each month at TMCnet and occasionally among all of this content we get a response to an article which is threatening or involves profanity towards us or one of our writers. Having said that, I happened to forward news about xG Technology to my editorial team a while back and I mentioned to them to be sure to research it carefully as the company is very controversial.

Why are they controversial? Well because they seem to make claim after claim regarding wireless technology which is claimed to be 25 times cheaper than comparable WiMAX equipment at 1,000 times the efficiency – yet it isn’t widely deployed. These are not new claims by the way, they are years old.

On the face of it these stats are similar to saying you have created a fusion reactor in a paper cup – and if this is a real technology why is it not being sent to editors worldwide so we can see it for ourselves?

In order to determine the real story, Senior TMC Web Editor Patrick Barnard wrote an article which was well-researched on xG technology and in response he and I both received an email referring to him in a profane manner and the email concluded with a request to have me fire him.

The writer of this email didn’t submit any facts which we should be aware of, they just decided to lash out at Patrick for writing a great and balanced article which seemed to conflict with his point of view.

Here is the big mistake made by the e-mailer. TMC has a 37-year long commitment with our readers to provide the best content we can. This means we don’t fire editors who write stories which shine light on potentially problem companies. Instead we congratulate them and use them as role models. Our readers look to us to provide unbiased information and TMC is one of the oldest and most well-established global media brands because we do our best to do so.

I invite you to read this article from Pat and let us know what you think. I for one think it is quality work and wish more stories I read had the depth of reporting and linking of this piece.

  • Marc
    August 5, 2009 at 10:13 am

    The article by Patrick was HORRIBLY researched and filled with lies and innuendo…if you think any reader worth anything has the time or inclination to point out mistakes made by you or your staff, you are sadly mistaken.
    Ok here are a few…
    xG never stated they have deals with any Florida Telco in their press release, yet Patrick says they did…well, either they did or didn´t.
    Patrick refers to a blog which states it is there for speculation and fun, and hasn´t been active in 4 months, and is under a court ordered cease and desist order for negative baloney about xG…he also refers to a website made and run by Phil Karn, an obsessed mid level engineer who has been crying about xG for 3 years.
    The article by Patrick was horribly written, horribly researched and even Patrick admits there was a bit of frustration behind this….
    You and others have some vendetta against profanity…are you all pastors of some church I didn´t know about?

  • low cost caller
    August 5, 2009 at 10:23 am

    Someone should speak to Carl Ford who has recently visited the xG labs, made mobile VoIP calls, and spoken with the engineers.

  • Marc
    August 5, 2009 at 10:24 am

    Rich,
    You´re another liar…where is the profanity or the threats? Pull up your skirt you little girl…this is a mans world. Where are the threats you delicate little flower?

  • Rich Tehrani
    August 5, 2009 at 1:44 pm

    Marc, sine you have this forum, would it not make sense to actually make a logical, well thought-out case? People who use intimidation and name-calling as a defense are often covering up their own insecurities and the terms they choose often reflect on their inner-most fears. I am sure your therapist has shared these thoughts with you already. I suggest you stop making yourself look poorly in the eyes of the world and present a factual argument.

  • Marc
    August 5, 2009 at 2:13 pm

    Marc, since you have this forum, would it not make sense to actually make a logical, well thought-out case? People who use intimidation and name-calling as a defense are often covering up their own insecurities and the terms they choose often reflect on their inner-most fears. I am sure your therapist has shared these thoughts with you already. I suggest you stop making yourself look poorly in the eyes of the world and present a factual argument.
    Ooooo, Rachael, so mobile comms. is not the only thing you cannot do so you write about it…I see you are a wannabe shrink. Why is it everyone wants to be a shrink?
    Look poorly in the eyes of the world, lol, that´s fairly presumptuous of you to think the world sees your blog. If I cared what the world thought, I would be writing the news instead of making it.
    As far as having a logical thought out case, Rich…You First! As far as I can tell, It´s taking too long is not logical or thought out, nor are yours and Patricks latest lies and childish innuendo.

  • Marc
    August 6, 2009 at 3:37 am

    Patricks and this article has been said to be “good”, by the 3 or 4 brainless obsessors of xG.
    Patricks article is the worst article written since anyone started writing about xG. Patrick states wrongly that investors are complaining. It´s not investors, amazingly enough…it´s Phil Karn the obsessed low level Qualcomm geek, ít´s a drunken bar owner, and it´s a Viet Cong sweatshop owner….that´s one reference. The other is a blog that is non functioning due to a cease and desist order on it. That´s your second source of “oft criticized”. A one man show webpage and a non functioning blog under cease and desist.
    Rich, seriously, my kid is 9 and he would have written a better article 4 years ago. Patrick is a liar, and you swear to it…pathetic.
    Anyone who feels this is a good representation of xG or even a professionally written article…well you know what position you´re in.

  • Marc
    August 6, 2009 at 3:46 am

    This means we don’t fire editors who write stories which shine light on potentially problem companies. Instead we congratulate them and use them as role models. Our readers look to us to provide unbiased information and TMC is one of the oldest and most well-established global media brands because we do our best to do so.
    You both should be fired.
    Potentially problem companies?
    Of course you congratulate them on brutal research, lying in their reports, and extending their research to Google searches and quotes by anonymous nobodies, your budget is 10 cents a year.

  • Backbooner
    August 6, 2009 at 8:20 am

    The poster Marc has followed and harassed everyone that aren’t bullish on xG for years. I agree, he’s a pathetic fool that you laugh at as his posts are always totally irrelevant and abusive. xG has been pushed by obscure people for years and yet the company hasn’t delivered anything that verifies any of their claims . Many people including myself believe the company is a nothing but a scam and time will soon tell. Just check the share price along with all “news releases” and you will get a pretty good picture of what this company is about

  • Marc
    August 6, 2009 at 8:44 am

    this poster backbooner is a vietnamese sweatshop owner who has been harassing every shareholder of xG and xG themeselves for over 2 years. He is bitter because he told his buddy not to buy the IPO and it went up 4 times.
    Nobody and I mean nobody is more obscure than a Vietnamese sweatshop owner.

  • Backbooner
    August 6, 2009 at 11:34 am

    I’m not bitter, I just want to warn people for this company that according to me is a scam.
    Anyone who bought the IPO and that didn’t manage to get out in time (very few did) is not very happy today with IPO at 5 and today’s bid at $0.50

  • Marc
    August 6, 2009 at 11:36 am

    Nope, you´re bitter…I would be too if I was a genetic time bomb.

  • Backbooner
    August 6, 2009 at 11:38 am

    You’re bitter because you’re broke due to the fall in the share price – I’m sorry for you but you can only blame yourself. You’ve contributed a lot to that fall by posting abuse all over the internet.

  • Marc
    August 6, 2009 at 11:44 am

    Typical idiot, yep, I´m the reason there is no proof of a network so idiots like you can feel and touch what I know for years. Obsessing over my finances as an anon Viet Cong…scary.
    Charlie, INCOMING!

  • Backbooner
    August 6, 2009 at 11:48 am

    Well, it’s a fact there is no proof of a network despite yourself, xG and other supporters saying launch is imminent for the past two years. If xG is not a scam it’s run by complete fools.

  • Marc
    August 6, 2009 at 11:58 am

    this is coming from a Viet Cong who runs a sweat shop.
    Lord have mercy.

  • Marc
    August 6, 2009 at 12:04 pm

    I think it´s great the other 3 idiots on iii have a need to talk about me. Dunkstar, I know you´re reading this…why are you obsessed with me and xG? There is not one ounce of guts between you, Rich, the drunk, the geek, and “dunkstar”…

  • Backbooner
    August 6, 2009 at 12:17 pm

    Well, I’m not Viet Cong and xG hasn’t delivered anything but meaningless press releases so what’s your point?
    Just read the press releases and look how much that has materialized……NOTHING – fools or a scam?

  • Marc
    August 6, 2009 at 12:18 pm

    Sure you´re not, buddy…sure you´not.

  • Bart
    August 6, 2009 at 9:56 pm

    If it weren’t for Marc, I wouldn’t give a sh** about XG either way. But simply because of his behaviour the past few years I am going to enjoy XG’s collapse immensely.

  • Marc
    August 7, 2009 at 1:46 am

    Bart, you and your fellow retards have been calling for the “collapse” for 2 years and it hasn´t happened. When are you going to give it up and admit that xG and I are your master? Too funny. It just gets bigger and better, and retards like you Bart are slipping under the bus.

  • Marc
    August 7, 2009 at 1:51 am

    Bart, ya moron, let me ask you a question….why is it that the internet anonymous dreg anti xG gang is made up of serious below average to average intelligent people while everyone who would be considered smart by societal standards is on the xG bandwagon?
    When this is over, Bart the obsessed mutt, you can have my autograph…lol.

  • Backbooner
    August 7, 2009 at 1:56 am

    “Bart, you and your fellow retards have been calling for the “collapse” for 2 years and it hasn´t happened.”
    xG peaked at $17 and is now at $0.50 – if that isn’t a collapse I don’t know what is. Wake up Marc, it’s game over and what we all are waiting for is the administrative collapse.

  • Marc
    August 7, 2009 at 1:58 am

    Charlie, .50 is 65 million….1 is 130 million.
    Do you or any of your ancestors have that kind of money, you rice paddy cockroach?

  • Backbooner
    August 7, 2009 at 2:03 am

    “Charlie, .50 is 65 million….1 is 130 million.”
    That’s exactly why I would recommend anyone who holds xG to sell asap. I had target price $0.60 that I lowered to $0.25 and now my new target is $0.01-0.05

  • Marc
    August 7, 2009 at 2:07 am

    Yeah, Charlie, but you´re a Viet Cong with 3 eyelids, who is going to believe you? You didn´t answer the question Charlie.

  • Backbooner
    August 7, 2009 at 2:10 am

    ……AND – it’s so fun to know the theoretical value of your 500k xG shares when it was trading above $10 and where it is today. If you’re lucky you’ll get an average of $0.25 if you try to sell them, i.e. $125.000 – Moahahahahahahaaaaaaaaa

  • Marc
    August 7, 2009 at 2:12 am

    Got a million of them, Charlie, and if they all go to 0, I will still thank my lucky stars the Lord didn´t make me a Gook.

  • Nachoman
    August 8, 2009 at 10:14 am

    They aint got nuthin, and they been lying all the way. Investors just gotta face it, it aint coming and they been suckered.

  • Elton
    August 8, 2009 at 6:46 pm

    Marc, you sound bitter. Did you lose money on this stock?

  • Marc
    August 9, 2009 at 4:24 am

    Elton, I haven´t lost a dime on this stock.
    I sound bitter? LOL, there are 4 degenerate peons who are on my jock, but I sound bitter…goddamn the world is full of retards.
    Hey nacho, so everyone with a brain has been lying and the 5 retards have been right? I think not.
    All anti xG´ers have some type of mental or physical disability. Why is that?
    Morons, please, please tell me, have any of you built anything worth 130 mil?
    I believe it would take peons like Nacho, Elton and the Gook 50 lifetimes to do that.

  • Marc
    August 9, 2009 at 4:32 am

    All of you obsessed with me and xG…you should have known better than to come up against someone like me.
    Too bad.

  • Marc
    August 9, 2009 at 4:39 am

    People, People, step away from my jock…None of you can hold a candle to me with regards to my abilities, my vision, my intellect, or my physical and mental abilities…why try? It´s pathetic. 95 percent of you shouldn´t exist in the first place if the proper measures were put in place.

  • Marc
    August 9, 2009 at 5:08 am

    Hey Charlie, You and your merry band of anon internet thugs are going down, and when I mean down, I mean jail time for you.
    Also, what xG will be for investors amounts to the greatest financial instrument in the history of investing.
    You people who question, you have every right to do so…you who obsess over xG and me for YEARS…I understand why. You have never seen, nobody has, what xG will mean for an industry so embedded in our lives as communications is.
    You are right on target to obsess.

  • Nachoman
    August 9, 2009 at 10:27 am

    Dude,
    Face it, the “retards” are actually right. xG aint showing no one shit, cause they aint got shit, and they been hiding behind NDAs. If they had shit, Townes would have signed. And Dude, chillout, u acting real crazy, scraems and insults aint gonna change shit, ‘cept telling us all u mad and broke

  • Nachoman
    August 9, 2009 at 5:37 pm

    Dude,
    Aint nuthin you can say will help XG now. Acting crazy aint gonnna help. Try chilling out some. Xg been lying about their claims, networks, progress and you been sucking it all up. If they had anything Townes would have signed. Ya dont need 4 months to sign a document. Townes aint interested. Game over!!

  • Hazel
    August 9, 2009 at 8:08 pm

    M&B gave Marc a “deal”, selling him one million shares at 1.50 just before listing on the AIM at 5.00. But they were restricted shares and he couldn’t sell them when the price rose as high as $17.
    They’re no longer restricted, but even now he can’t sell them because nobody wants to buy. While they’re currently worth $500k on paper, he’d be lucky to get $25k for the whole lot because any significant selling would send the share price south of 0.01 overnight.

  • Marc
    August 10, 2009 at 5:29 am

    hey Rich, you should pay me a royalty buddy, this is the most popular blog in recent history for you.
    Nacho, telling me to chill out while coming across as a hood…interesting, add another retard to the list.
    Nach, baby, you have no idea how long it takes to form a corp. with hundreds of different companies to negotiate as one with xG. Matter of fact Nach…I´m sure your knowledge base falls way short of figuring out how long it takes…it´s the same with all y´all Nach…y´all all up in the kool aid and ya don´t know what flava it be, Nach. Holla atcha boy!

  • Marc
    August 10, 2009 at 5:34 am

    Nacho, Dude!
    How long should it take to sign? How long did it take you to sign your last billion dollar deal, Nacho? The way you express yourself tells me ya ain´t got a dime, chief! You´se just a ghetto blasta runnin his grill.
    Nacho, ever negotiate a few billion?
    The sucka´s are the anon clowns who been jockin me and xG, Nach.

  • Marc
    August 10, 2009 at 5:37 am

    ooooo, and Nacho, I´m acting crazy!!! Wooooo…sitting at my desk, dipping in the pool now and again….so craaaazy, Nacho…
    I gets a kick out of y´all painting a mental picture of me, possibly touching yourself while you´re thinking of me and xG….
    Yall is on my JOCK!

  • Marc
    August 10, 2009 at 5:46 am

    Dude,
    You been to Florida? You been to Lewisville?
    Nah, you just a mouth brah…you need to step, or be crushed.
    Waaaaah, they didn´t show us!!! Waaaaaah, why????
    Yo my brother, you need to check ya self befo you wreck yo self, you feel me, hood?
    hey this is fun, brings me back to my roots…I´m sure there are other uneducated momos like Nachoman here…let´s here you.

  • Backbooner
    August 10, 2009 at 2:43 pm

    Just look at the manic Marc and his comments:
    “All anti xG´ers have some type of mental or physical disability. Why is that?”
    “95 percent of you shouldn´t exist in the first place if the proper measures were put in place.”
    “Also, what xG will be for investors amounts to the greatest financial instrument in the history of investing.”
    This person must have some kind of a mental disability. Well well, he should be exceptionally happy seeing the stock at $0.50, that’s still a market cap of $65 Mio, $60 Mio more than what it’s worth

  • Marc
    August 11, 2009 at 2:25 am

    what´s a mio, charlie?

  • Jens
    August 11, 2009 at 5:21 am

    Why is this PR not communicated to market?

  • Backbooner
    August 11, 2009 at 9:05 am

    xG has issued another useless press release saying they can make some calls with xMax – http://xgtechnology.com/news_pr_8_10_09.asp
    1. No mentioning of independent verification
    2. No mentioning under what conditions the “calls” were made
    3. Joe Bobier (CTO) says: “Our successful call completion experience proves that we are on the right track” – on the right track? xG has for years claimed they’ve had customers, prepayments, deployed systems and now “they’re on the right track”? Has the company lied to the market for years on purpose?
    4. No mentioning of any customers – what has happened to Telefonica, Gama, National Grid, Townes? Were these just lies?
    After all information from xG on the tech, roll-out, customers etc, why on earth would anyone believe one word of this? I just don’t get it! This is one of their weaker press releases and it feels very very desperate.

  • Marc
    August 11, 2009 at 12:02 pm

    Hilarious post from obsessed Beerson about the dead Shannnon, he´s going crazy over there. Really funny.
    Beerson, shannon´s dead. Meet Bobier. Couldn´t be jamming, right Beerson, I mean nobody ever jammed a demo before…especially a demo that was announced as to where and when….as a matter of fact ya dope, there´s no such thing as jammers…it´s all a fairy tale made up by xG.
    Man Beerson, you´re dumb.

  • Phil Karn
    August 13, 2009 at 6:09 am

    There’s little to say about xG that hasn’t already been said many times, so I don’t regularly check the related forums anymore. So I just discovered this article. Glad to see that the journalists are starting to uncover this company and its questionable claims and supporters.
    This started for me over two years ago when I came across a press article gushing over xG’s claims and realized that they contained numbers that could be analyzed. I found that the performance being touted as so earthshaking was actually well within (or behind) the state of the art. So I put a page on my website and moved on.
    A few days later, I got my first email from marc (copied on my website). I have hundreds more, and most are much worse. For some reason, my wife is the subject of many of them, and she’s not a communications engineer.
    Apparently marc spends his days scouring the net looking for mentions of xG and harasses anyone who dares to speak unfavorably of them, especially anyone with a background in communication engineering. I still get harassing phone calls from him in the middle of the night, sometimes dozens per hour. Last I checked, that’s a criminal offense.
    And he says I’m obsessed? I wouldn’t have given xG a second thought had he not emailed me that first time.

  • Marc
    August 13, 2009 at 6:12 am

    Clown the ugly, you have a website dedicated to me.
    I simply want to answer any questions you have but you have no guts.
    Anyway, it´s very appropriate that you post this. It´s going to be funny to be the cause of your nervous breakdown.

  • Marc
    August 13, 2009 at 7:57 am

    Phil you are a dumb lying sack of excrement…and those are your good points. Ugly and Dumb, what a combo!

  • Shannon
    August 13, 2009 at 11:38 am

    The funny thing about about XG, is that for 2 and a half years they’ve been saying they’re about to launch or have launched networks with DD being conducted by potential clients, only for them now JUST have a “pilot” network, that seemingly is of no commercial interest to anyone.

  • lowcostcaller
    August 13, 2009 at 11:41 am

    Have any of you heard the xG podcast in the 4G section?
    Very Interesting.

  • Marc
    August 13, 2009 at 12:25 pm

    these idiots haven´t heard anything…why point them to something factual?
    Karn you disgusting dummy, you for sure better not listent to that, your pinhead will explode.

  • Marc
    August 13, 2009 at 12:37 pm

    Oh my god, 2 years, 7 years, you anti dummies really know how long it takes to do what they are doing….the stupidity amongst the anti xG´ers should be bottled and used as a war weapon as a pre attack strategy.
    shannon is dead.

  • Marc
    August 13, 2009 at 1:28 pm

    Phil Karn, aka the disgustingly hideous low level geek from Qualcomm obsessed with me and xG for years…if you thought those articles were gushing, have a listen to that podcast…lol….lol….lol….what a dummy you are to come up against me. LOL. You are about to be buried, in a strong sense of the word, certainly reputation wise.
    Just to add, anyone coming up against me in any way shape or form is a loser from the word get.

  • Marc
    August 14, 2009 at 1:33 am

    Hey Ugly Phil, I just found another article from 2007 that you decided to chase up here in late 2009…really pathetic….aren´t you the one who scourges the internet looking for positive articles about xG so you can stink them up with your disgusting views and idiocy? As a matter of fact, all 4 of you anti pieces of garbage do that…
    WHAT An EXISTENCE!!!

  • Marc
    August 14, 2009 at 6:05 am

    Phil, Drunk, Gook, and the other anti xG obsessors, are you getting that feeling again…that, “hey, maybe I am nobody after all” feeling? Should do, of course, if you haven´t had it before.
    Welcome to reality.

  • Bart
    August 14, 2009 at 8:49 am

    It’s sad to see people get so married to a stock that they absolutely flip out when it collapses.
    Enough already! xG is dead. Move on.

  • Marc
    August 14, 2009 at 8:55 am

    Bart, you obsessed psycho, the funny part is it´s just beginning…I hope I am a great cause of your insanity.
    lol

  • Marc
    August 14, 2009 at 9:00 am

    Hey Bart, you disgusting stalker of mine, tell you what, I will believe xG is dead if no one hears from you in a year.
    If you post about xG again…xG is not dead. Is that fair?

  • Bart
    August 14, 2009 at 10:11 am

    “you obsessed psycho”
    Wow. Talk about projection!
    You were freaking out two years ago when Phil Karn pushed a pencil and debunked the performance claims and you started your harassment campaign against him. And here, two years later, you’re *still* calling him in the middle of the night?!?!?!?!
    Marc, you’re sick. Seek help.

  • Marc
    August 14, 2009 at 10:16 am

    lol Bart you dummy, he pushes pencils I push digits…what´s the difference moron without a cause?
    By the way, jackass, if Clown the Ugly hadn´t published our correspondence calling out for me to ridicule him, ah who gives a shit, bart you obsessed maniac.
    Barty I knew you couldn´t stay away…lol, xG is far from dead. You´re not though, in a manner of speaking.

  • Marc
    August 14, 2009 at 10:19 am

    Bart you have admitted you are obsessed with me…well, here is more bad news for you psycho, SHEC is taking off as well! Listen, can I get the obit. when you commit suicide. I want to call the ME and let him know i´m the cause of death. You brought it on yourself, Bart.

  • Marc
    August 14, 2009 at 10:23 am

    Freaking out?
    No, all I was doing was making fun of him for actually publishing his nonsense on line. I like to do that to retards like Phil. There are not too many like Phil though, ugly and stupid. God must have hated his parents.
    Sorry you picked the wrong side Barty old boy…

  • Marc
    August 14, 2009 at 10:33 am

    Hey ugly, that was over 2 years ago! Relentless bashing before and after that equals OBSESSION! I understand though.

  • Marc
    August 14, 2009 at 10:41 am

    My Photos of the F-A/18 crash that occurred in the University City area of San Diego CA on December 8, 2008. The crash site is about 870 meters due west of our house.
    this is from ugly´s website…almost, ugly, almost.
    Next time.

  • Backbooner
    August 14, 2009 at 2:24 pm

    Marc “I’m not mentally ill” Dannenberg is acting way more sane than I thought he would by the collapse of xG. Like Bart said Marc, move on, it’s game over. And as I emailed you today there are proof that Spartan Mullen totally is lacking creditworthiness and I also know that that is well known among the “xG-mob”. Finally it’s game over, now there’s no way out and I’m bit looking forward to xG part2 where the blame game starts.

  • Marc
    August 14, 2009 at 2:41 pm

    Don´t have a clue what you are trying to say, Charlie, but at least you spelled Mullen correctly. Progress has been made.

  • Backbooner
    August 14, 2009 at 2:50 pm

    You know exactly what I’m talking about and you should hide as the other “supporters” are doing. There’s a reason for them not pushing this scam anymore but maybe they “forgot” to tell you…….

  • Marc
    August 14, 2009 at 2:57 pm

    Sorry buddy, I don´t speak Gook.

  • Marc
    August 14, 2009 at 3:02 pm

    LOL IMAGINE ME HIDING FROM YOU LOT!
    LOLOLOLOLOL
    That´s a good one Charlie.

  • Bart
    August 15, 2009 at 9:39 am

    That Spartan Mullen thing is ridiculous on the face of it. Get real. Somebody buys millions of shares of stock at twice the then-current price, but doesn’t pay but rather puts it on a credit card? It was clear from the beginning that this $6 million wasn’t real and that SM was just another of the many shenanigans the insiders are pulling.
    Speaking of shenanigans… the latest PR said the Townes deal would move by the end of August. September will come with no Townes deal. 2010 will come with no Townes deal.
    Six months from now xG will be exactly where it is now, but another deal or two will have been announced and will go nowhere.
    And Marc will be screaming even more.
    Now watch Marc respond to this message with at least three rambling screeds.

  • Marc
    August 15, 2009 at 10:01 am

    That Spartan Mullen thing is ridiculous on the face of it. Get real. Somebody buys millions of shares of stock at twice the then-current price, but doesn’t pay but rather puts it on a credit card
    Hey Bart the obsessed anon dreg, good morning…credit card? Oh, I see dummy, leverage is something new to you right?
    It was clear from the beginning that this $6 million wasn’t real and that SM was just another of the many shenanigans the insiders are pulling.
    Funny how all outsiders who dig become insiders, while outsider retards like you, ugly, the drunk and the gook look in and dribble.
    Speaking of shenanigans… the latest PR said the Townes deal would move by the end of August. September will come with no Townes deal. 2010 will come with no Townes deal.
    Guaranteed you will be here .
    Six months from now xG will be exactly where it is now, but another deal or two will have been announced and will go nowhere.
    Sure retard, sure.
    And Marc will be screaming even more.
    Screaming? Jerk off much?
    Now watch Marc respond to this message with at least three rambling screeds.
    Are you saying you don´t ramble, anon obsessor of mine?

  • Backbooner
    August 15, 2009 at 10:49 am

    “Hey Bart the obsessed anon dreg, good morning…credit card? Oh, I see dummy, leverage is something new to you right?”
    Fact is they sent a check on $1 Million. A check? Christ! $1 Million? Jesus! Does anyone alive believe that one will ever be cashed? I can send anyone a check on $1 Billion but that will bounce too if anyone tries to cash it. Spartan has no money and that’s a fact, xG is dead and that’s a fact, this time it’s over and that’s a fact.

  • Marc
    August 15, 2009 at 11:23 am

    Sure gook, it´s over…until tomorrow.

  • Anon
    August 15, 2009 at 1:02 pm

    Previous commercial launch dates:
    March 2007
    August 2007 (Coming soon)
    November 2007
    December 2007
    September/October 2008
    November 2008
    Early 2009
    Currently promoting “pilot” network??
    Previous carrier partners:
    Far Reach
    Fruit and veg company in Florida
    Telefonica (extended)
    National grid
    Gama
    Townes (current extended?
    all RNS releases to the market. Nomad? Info vetting? Worrying for AIM!
    All very satisfied and excited, according to XG, whilst conducting DD.Result: No deals, not even with “Fruit and veg” guys.
    Lies or poor project management?
    Question: If its taken 7 years to get a pilot network up, how long for a commercial network? Assuming technological superiority? and veracity of claims and statements

  • Marc
    August 15, 2009 at 1:16 pm

    OMG, your obsession with xG is disgusting.
    VOMIT!!!

  • Anon
    August 15, 2009 at 1:36 pm

    Claims of imminent commercial launch have stopped at least.
    No longer releasing PR to AIM. Should they be under investigation for previous RNS releases to market?
    Question; how d’you see the Townes deal panning out at the end of this month?

  • Marc
    August 15, 2009 at 1:38 pm

    So many gutless dummies on the anti side.
    Hey gutless anon, why don´t YOU start the “investigation”
    DOUBLE VOMIT!!!

  • Anon
    August 15, 2009 at 1:46 pm

    These are only statements and questions.

  • Backbooner
    August 15, 2009 at 1:46 pm

    Anon is 100% correct about everything – of course shareholders vomit as they’ve been screwed and there’s no hope of recovering a single cent

  • Marc
    August 15, 2009 at 1:52 pm

    Gook, I really hope you and the rest of your dreg anon anti xG gang meet up…I´m sure there will be disabled access available. There will be real vomiting there.

  • Jimmy
    August 15, 2009 at 1:53 pm

    How much are Directors and Execs drawing each month from the company?

  • Marc
    August 15, 2009 at 1:56 pm

    What I would like to know is what type of retard would come on an anonymous blog to get the directors pay info?
    Never ceases to amaze me the level of stupidity out there.
    Hey Jimmy boy, ever try the co´s financials?
    Let´s put it this way, they take more in a month than you make in a year.
    WASSUP? Jealous?

  • Backbooner
    August 15, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    “Let´s put it this way, they take more in a month than you make in a year.”
    And they’ve done so for many years without delivering SHIT! These guys are crooks.

  • Backbooner
    August 15, 2009 at 2:08 pm

    “Let´s put it this way, they take more in a month than you make in a year.”
    And they’ve done so for many years without delivering anything, they’ve just taken money for nothing! These guys should be in jail.

  • Marc
    August 15, 2009 at 2:13 pm

    waaaaaaaaah! waaaaaaaaah! another jailhouse fantasy for the gay gook.

  • Backbooner
    August 15, 2009 at 2:19 pm

    One single little poor mentally ill supporter is all that remains – it’s sad Sentec, Paradigmshift and D-anus is no longer around. They’re probably sitting at home licking their wounds wondering how the f*** they could be that stupid.

  • Marc
    August 15, 2009 at 2:28 pm

    Sure gooky, I´m the only one against you rag tag group of anon freak retards…

  • Bart
    August 15, 2009 at 5:12 pm

    By now it should be clear to anyone reading these comments that Marc is a bit unstable.
    He first hooked up with xG while working for a stock boiler room in Spain. He’s been to numerous xG events in Florida, and at one time he was even CEO of a company xG was saying they were going to launch with.
    Legitimate companies don’t associate with people like Marc.

  • John Prescott DPM
    August 15, 2009 at 6:12 pm

    Don’t forget they faked demos when formerly known as iDigi and blew thousands of the then investors money in nightclubs. I believe they played the same trick of faking a demo and when they were unable to pull it off, blaming “jamming”.
    Nothing seems to have changed. The lies continue only with new targets being taken in. As with all good scams, convince targets you’ve got the greatest invention of all time and then simply “bait and wait”. Announce periodically you’re about to launch and continue drawing $30,000 a month salary of investors (targets) cash.
    3 and skype have teamed up and are already offering free voip calls. The mobile sector is making huge advances every day, even if XG’s lies were true, a Voip network already exists, with superior phones.

  • Marc
    August 16, 2009 at 1:59 am

    Sure, sure bart the anon dreg, just like SHEC.
    Legitimate companies DO however have hangers on like you.
    You should keep your sexual fantasies about me out of this.

  • Backbooner
    August 16, 2009 at 6:56 am

    Remember to go back to http://www.ach.com at the end of this month as the liquidator will certainly say something about Spartan Mullen not paying for the xG shares they said they would buy.
    That will be a lot of fun

  • Backbooner
    August 16, 2009 at 6:57 am

    Remember to go back to http://www.ach.com at the end of this month as the liquidator will certainly say something about Spartan Mullen not paying for the xG shares they said they would buy.
    That will be a lot of fun

  • John Prescott DPM
    August 16, 2009 at 8:46 am

    It is clear that no one is commercially interested in what they have. In their desperation, XG sent the “Fruit and veg” guys BTS’s that seemingly transmitted about as well as the Melons they were selling. Latest desperate measure trying to promote Xmax through Facebook.
    These guys are claiming the impossible as Phil Karn has shown.They have no FCC certification, and never will get one.
    09 January 2009
    “The deployment of our xMax mobile VoIP service in the southern Florida market continues to progress well.”
    http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_1_19_09.asp
    04 November 2008
    ‘This update in our deployment schedule allows us to refine our mobile VoIP solution to an even more exacting standard. While we are anxious to demonstrate our exciting handset and base station line to the world, we are committed to delivering the best possible experience to users of our products, as well as to the business partners who will be supplying them. This means allowing our technical team the proper time needed to fine tune our system. We remain on schedule to release the very first mobile VoIP system to the market.’
    http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_11_04_08.asp
    22 September 200
    Initial deliveries of the base stations are expected during the closing months of 2008 with the majority of the 1,000 base stations order being completed during 2009.
    http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_9_22_08.asp
    These are all, but a few of the many lies and false statement to the market. There are strong grounds for an investigation

  • Anon
    August 16, 2009 at 9:26 am

    Marc dropped $1.5M of his own money on xG? Explains much, especially if he’s highly leveraged and stands to lose everything. Face it, you could have gotten your education much more cheaply. But don’t take it out on the messengers.

  • Marc
    August 16, 2009 at 9:33 am

    Lose everything? I´m betting you will be kissing my ass before that happens, anon.
    Anon, another question, have you ever seen 1.5 mil?
    I´m betting not.
    As far as the messengers, lol, who exactly are we talking about? My messengers are all multi millionaires with successful business background…are you referring the the Drunk, the Gook, the low level Geek?
    You have to be able to see you are obsessed with me, right?
    Pathetic.

  • Marc
    August 16, 2009 at 9:40 am

    Anon dreg, speaking of education, what´s yours? Where did you learn to obsess over successful people like you do?

  • Backbooner
    August 16, 2009 at 9:42 am

    “As far as the messengers, lol, who exactly are we talking about? My messengers are all multi millionaires with successful business background”
    Moahahahahahaaaaaaa, I have heard from Wennerberg that Frederick Wahlman is broke idiot, just like yourself

  • Marc
    August 16, 2009 at 9:47 am

    Sorry gook, don´t know who that is.

  • Backbooner
    August 16, 2009 at 9:49 am

    Fred was one in your phone list and Wennerberg is a menber of the board of xG

  • Marc
    August 16, 2009 at 10:49 am

    No he´s not, Gook.

  • Marc
    August 16, 2009 at 11:04 am

    what´s a menber, Gook?
    I can see you getting excited typing your trash Gook, with that 3rd eyelid smile and those buck teeth….
    Really Disgusting, Charlie.

  • Anon
    August 16, 2009 at 12:28 pm

    Interesting analysis from Wirelesspro. All a bit sad for Xg and their dreams. As a result of their evident naivety and a lack of real industry knowledge, it would seem this has all been a monumental waste of time and money, just as Phil Karn predicted.
    Unlikely anyone would be foolish enough to waste another penny on these guys.

  • Marc
    August 16, 2009 at 12:43 pm

    Wow, Anon the dreg did you actually read what wirelessman wrote, or is it you are just too stupid to understand.
    All anti´s are retarded, without a doubt, and I LOVE how you dragged ugly karn into your fantasy.
    Listen, morons, xG have invited anyone down…are you stupid or what? Do you think they would do that to show a half capable anything?
    Never seen anything like this stupidity in my life.

  • Backbooner
    August 16, 2009 at 12:48 pm

    “Listen, morons, xG have invited anyone down…are you stupid or what? Do you think they would do that to show a half capable anything?”
    Well, that’s what they’ve been doing since the company started and it ain’t going to be any difference now.
    The company is a scam and now they’re trying to make up for some of it by trying to produce something but as Wireless Pro said, it’s just going to be useless crap no one is interested in buying.

  • Marc
    August 16, 2009 at 12:50 pm

    oh and by the way you dopey morons, xG is not a PHONE COMPANY…let´s remember you same dopes criticized the co. for choosing the hardest application It´s a tech. co.
    How dumb, how dumb.

  • Backbooner
    August 16, 2009 at 12:52 pm

    They still don’t have anything to offer of commercial value – sorry Marc.
    Please keep on screaming, it’s very very entertaining 😀

  • Marc
    August 16, 2009 at 1:06 pm

    6 handsets? OH MY GOD!
    They probably only HAVE 6 HANDSETS, NOT 10,000, NOT EVEN 4,000
    As usual, Wirelessman is half informed, which is I guess better than being uninformed as you morons are.

  • Marc
    August 16, 2009 at 1:56 pm

    anyone other than the gook have anything to say.
    Your buddy wirelessman goes on to say it´s all speculation.
    You morons forgot what Schwartz said…that the world is not ready for Joe´s tech…they had to tone it down.
    Morons, your time to run is here.
    You should never have come up against me.

  • Backbooner
    August 16, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    “You morons forgot what Schwartz said…that the world is not ready for Joe´s tech”
    Wireless guy also said that xG has abandoned Joe’s moronic ideas – that in order to produce some useless crap and hope some jerks invest in the scam. Rick&Roger want to keep their monthly compensation

  • Marc
    August 16, 2009 at 2:07 pm

    Wireless Guy knows jack shit, but he knows more than you charlie.
    The comment about the 6 phones…hilarious…you keep listening to the Geeks, Charlie.

  • Marc
    August 16, 2009 at 2:14 pm

    This moron wireless man says the antenna is on a water tower like that is somehow “bad”…
    even still, he´s more informed by a large margin than you lot.
    The 6 call capability though, that was weak and ridiculous.

  • Marc
    August 16, 2009 at 3:36 pm

    Hey dummies, check this out…
    http://voip.biz-news.com/news/en_US/2009/08/13/0002/xmax-offers-alternative-path-for-voip-across-mobile-networks
    Sad bunch of morons, led by a Gook, a Geek and a Drunk…

  • Anon
    August 16, 2009 at 5:08 pm

    Whenever you see an article released you know guys are looking to buy time. Given their track record, you cant trust them. So long as investors keep buying their BS, they’ll keep selling it, and continue drawing their $30,000 a month salaries. They’re even trying to promote their rubbish via Facebook now.
    After 7 years of development these guys have a product that transmits about as well as a melon.
    A couple of their many lies to the London Stock Exchange:
    09 January 2009
    “The deployment of our xMax mobile VoIP service in the southern Florida market continues to progress well.”
    http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_1_19_09.asp
    04 November 2008
    ‘This update in our deployment schedule allows us to refine our mobile VoIP solution to an even more exacting standard. While we are anxious to demonstrate our exciting handset and base station line to the world, we are committed to delivering the best possible experience to users of our products, as well as to the business partners who will be supplying them. This means allowing our technical team the proper time needed to fine tune our system. We remain on schedule to release the very first mobile VoIP system to the market.’ http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_11_04_08.asp
    22 September 2008
    “Initial deliveries of the base stations are expected during the closing months of 2008 with the majority of the 1,000 base stations order being completed during 2009.
    http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_9_22_08.asp

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 2:37 am

    Hi Dummies
    Yeah suuuuuuuure xG gave up on their modulation technique…that´s why Cambridge is touting them as a company that will drive the globe out of the recession…yeah, it´s common tech…suuuuuuuuure it is…
    http://ftcc.co.uk/downloads/Library_presentations/PSBU-P-106%20v1.0.pdf
    Wireless pro is an idiot…still not as big of an idiot as Phil Karn, the Gook and the Drunk…but an idiot nonetheless.
    xG will be the biggest traded company in the world.

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 2:45 am

    Another comment by the retard Asymptote:
    The most telling comment from the xG side was “software updates nearly every day”. This tells us that they are still at an alpha stage in development. No serious (sensible) telco will want to spend money on a full field trial until at least beta stability has been reached and that xG can demonstrate something close to the published specification. If Wireless Pro’s information is correct, it sounds as if we will have to wait for a new hardware design spin to get to that point. That, in turn, will take time to debug.
    Must be time for them to announce another November launch!
    Asympdodo, you dumb bunny, by the time xG has everything perfect where is Townes place in the program? Why would xG want anyone like Townes to get involved if they have perfected their equipment…you asses know less about business than you do about tech…incredibly stupid.

  • Backbooner
    August 17, 2009 at 6:32 am

    But Marc, Xg has no product that works and they won’t have one that they can sell.
    How do you explain they have booked sales in their finacial reports?
    This “company” is a scam and a joke!

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 7:25 am

    only gooks like you care about a quarter million dollars, or even a few million. You´re a dope, gook, and you´ve been obsessed with me and xG for years.

  • Shannon
    August 17, 2009 at 7:33 am

    09 January 2009
    “The deployment of our xMax mobile VoIP service in the southern Florida market continues to progress well.”
    http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_1_19_09.asp
    04 November 2008
    ‘This update in our deployment schedule allows us to refine our mobile VoIP solution to an even more exacting standard. While we are anxious to demonstrate our exciting handset and base station line to the world, we are committed to delivering the best possible experience to users of our products, as well as to the business partners who will be supplying them. This means allowing our technical team the proper time needed to fine tune our system. We remain on schedule to release the very first mobile VoIP system to the market.’ http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_11_04_08.asp
    22 September 2008
    “Initial deliveries of the base stations are expected during the closing months of 2008 with the majority of the 1,000 base stations order being completed during 2009.
    http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_9_22_08.asp

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 9:24 am

    Here´s more you obsessed dummies.
    http://www.cnbc.com/id/32446209

  • ShannonJr
    August 17, 2009 at 9:35 am

    More spoonfed rubbish proving nothing.Identical to last article and proving there is have no commercial interest.

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 9:41 am

    Anon dreg, spoonfed rubbish from CNBC is 1 million times more meaningful than anonymous garbage posted by retards.
    Take a look in the mirror, anon.
    You will know better next time.

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 10:17 am

    http://www.pr-inside.com/xg-technology-unlicensed-spectrum-key-r1439979.htm
    Oh my god you dummies…white spaces!
    K
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    !

  • ShannonJr
    August 17, 2009 at 10:38 am

    Dummy, meaningful or not, doesnt matter where it comes from, everyone now knows the tech doesn’t work. Experts have been trying to point out for some time now, that it breaks physical laws. Xg realized this a long time ago and have been lying to everyone about progress ever since.

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 10:43 am

    sure Jr. sure…lol at experts…lol.
    Cambridge wouldn´t hire ugly Karn as a bathroom attendant, and he´s the best you have!
    stop yer cryin about the tech, it blows existing tech away in every form…don´t hate the player, anon dreg, hate the game!
    Still with the breaking of physical laws?
    What a DUMMY!

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 10:46 am

    waaaaaaaaaah, xG lied, waaaaaaaaaaah….hey anon dreg, if you think so, do something about it other than whine in a pathetic and obsessive way.
    Gutless idiot. I love making fun of you. I will be in your face at all times.

  • Jeanne
    August 17, 2009 at 11:23 am

    This is one of the most entertaining blog comment sections I have read in a while. The name calling, racial put downs and general ranting is quite entertaining! WOW!

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 11:41 am

    thank you Jeanne.

  • Bart
    August 17, 2009 at 11:44 am

    “Experts have been trying to point out for some time now, that it breaks physical laws.”
    xG’s tech whose claims broke physical laws is no longer being promoted. What they’re promoting now is BPSK modulation capable of a maximum of six simultaneous phone calls over a distance of less than two miles in unlicensed spectrum. And it will work only as long as nobody else is using the spectrum.
    Basically a walkie talkie system — certainly not viable as a cellular phone system. But it may give xG a vehicle they can use for dog and pony shows to try and scam unsuspecting ILECs.

  • lowcostcaller
    August 17, 2009 at 11:47 am

    BPSK?
    Where is that coming from?

  • Backbooner
    August 17, 2009 at 11:49 am

    “Basically a walkie talkie system — certainly not viable as a cellular phone system. But it may give xG a vehicle they can use for dog and pony shows to try and scam unsuspecting ILECs.”
    As I’ve said before, they can potentially open up a sales to Toys ´R Us selling the most expensive walkie talkies ever developed – I look forward to buying a pair of them.
    xG Technology is such a scam

  • lowcostcaller
    August 17, 2009 at 11:57 am

    Check this out. Two xG guys talking to Carl Ford the head of the 4GWE.
    http://blog.tmcnet.com/4g-wirelessevolution/2009/08/xg-technology-building-for-the-broadband-experience.html

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 12:02 pm

    Bart, you´re funny, 6 phone calls..ya dummy they only have 6 phones. No interference issues…you´re praying to a false god idiot.

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 12:04 pm

    Low cost, Bart the anon obsessed dreg and Gook the asian sweatshop owner are too busy jerking each other off to pay attention to facts.
    This has been very very funny.

  • Backbooner
    August 17, 2009 at 12:12 pm

    This IS very funny and the funniest part is that an idiot named Marc Dannenberg still believes xG Technology isn’t a scam. That’s how stupid he is, on the other hand it seems like that is a prerequisite for being involved in xG. Just look at Frederick Wahlman, Rick Mooers, Joe “Freakshow” Bobier etc.

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 12:17 pm

    http://www.tmcnet.com/viewette.aspx?u=http%3a%2f%2fwww.tmcnet.com%2fusubmit%2f2009%2f08%2f17%2f4326270.htm&kw=3
    LOLOLOLOLOL, Gook, your 3rd eyelid excludes you from seeing what is happening.
    Rich, your own website…too funny!

  • Backbooner
    August 17, 2009 at 12:19 pm

    As always with xG, nothing is happening except false press releases and the supporters shouting about imminent success. My own website?

  • Bart
    August 17, 2009 at 12:28 pm

    “As always with xG, nothing is happening except false press releases and the supporters shouting about imminent success. My own website?”
    SupporterS? (i.e. plural?) Marc has been the only supporter for the past several months. The rest of us are just waiting for the train wreck while we poke and prod him and make him squeak.

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 12:31 pm

    Nobody has squeaked more than you bart the obsessed anon dreg. How long have you been obsessed with me, 5 years?
    I have the most time, and i love to f with you jerkoffs.

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 2:08 pm

    http://www.cable360.net/ct/news/thewire/xG-Announces-White-Spaces-Phone-Service_37124.html
    Bart the anon dreg and the rest of you dummies, you are now starting to learn what it´s like to come up against a global winner, not just the best on your block…
    Sorry, morons, you called in the rain.

  • Anon
    August 17, 2009 at 2:19 pm

    1) Similar press releases of imminent launch were made 2 1\2 years ago with no result.
    2) Knowing this 8th or 9th imminent launch is also false, they are getting a bit wary of making false statements to AIM.

  • Marc
    August 17, 2009 at 2:32 pm

    sure anon do nothing, sure.
    keep on obsessing.

  • Anon
    August 17, 2009 at 4:36 pm

    The greater the number of press releases = the greater the desperation. But none released to AIM to avoid prosecution when they fold.
    They have nothing, otherwise they would have shown it and carriers would have been begging to sign. Having BS’ed once too often and they cant raise any more money. 0.50 cents is a good price, if you can get it. This stock is worthless

  • Backbooner
    August 17, 2009 at 5:05 pm

    Below are famous quotes from poster “Marc” taken from the iii.co.uk forum. Please read them and enjoy and remember they’re two years old and he’s still saying the same things. Expecially note his predicitions of the share price to get to $50.000/share, today it’s $0.50 bid. Ok, here we go:
    According to an article I read a while back. By the way, rumour has it there will be big news on Friday as well as over the next 2 weeks.
    Since this is a public board and I am not soliciting stock, and it´s total speculation and I don´t intend to affect any individual to buy or sell, I have heard 20 USD very short term and 100 USD by Christmas….pure speculation by knowledgeable people.
    Far Reach will do 5700 base stations. That is a long way to 900, you´re right. Here is the reason the stock will be at 100. 57 million people covered. At just 10 percent of this first rollout over the next 5 years, which is how far stocks usually trade,xG will have 85.5 million coming into their hands per month, 5.7 million users times 15 USD per month. That is over a billion a year in Revs and again I am basing this on the Far Reach rollout alone. Any stock making a billion based on the business model can trade 30 to 40 PE, even 50. On the billion dollar number, let´s take most optimistic at 50 PE, the company is a patent owner and give them 50 percent profit margin, the numbers come out to have this company trading at a PE of 50 a market cap of 25 billion USD. That puts the price at 200 USD. Keep in mind, this is all happening now, so that price should be now if the stock trades 5 years out….
    I´m going to speak very generally as to not divulge too much, but I want you guys to know what I heard last night. We will be at 20 on Monday and obviously our run starts now. The many institutions at Morgan, (it wasn´t just Morgan) flipped out over our baby, and a company with the initials GS has a meeting with xG today. Something to
    the effect of “no ceiling” on our stock price. 150 by Christmas (xmax!!) lol and beyond

  • Backbooner
    August 17, 2009 at 5:51 pm

    …continued
    I would not be surprised if Telefonica bid for xG. I wouldn´t sell, because the price I would be asking is outrageous. Partners are better. We are going higher.
    Inner Space communications system using xMax to give seamless wireless internet services to the masses….I like it, at 15 USD a pop, xG stands to make a good 45 billion USD per month which comes out to 540 billion a year. If the stock can trade out 5 years, it´s a 3.2
    trillion dollar company which puts the shares at 25,600 USD per share. Not a bad run.
    15 USD times 6 billion is 90 billion a month or 1.2 trillion per year. That puts us at 6 trillion market cap or 50,000 USD per share.
    I´m being given great info…these deals (National Grid, Telefonica)are going to be commonplace with the biggest providers you can imagine. Logically, there will be a testing phase for each one of these gargantuan monsters, however, these companies are familiar with xG for more than the last week, that I can tell you, and THEY know
    xMax works well enough to want to test it COUNTRY WIDE…not in some coffee shop. If I had to guess, coming into 2009, xG will be worldwide, and as ipray said, St. Peter is coming out with some press fairly soon.
    Ok, I´m done with Baseball, (not literally, of course). I spoke with Far Reach not 2 minutes ago. He said things are going incredibly well and they are very excited to be offering this commercially towards the end of June. The Beta testing is going on right now, and before it gets to the commercial stage, it will be friends and family service. They believe their service will be revolutionary and they can´t wait to get it started.

  • Backbooner
    August 17, 2009 at 5:54 pm

    ….continued
    I don´t doubt that we see consistent growth throughout. Keep in mind, yesterday was the FIRST sign of some Institutional monies getting involved. How many Institutions are going to want a piece of this company once they deliver the goods? We should see over 100k shares
    traded on a daily basis at the very least, which will bring us up with a steady climb. Someone very very close to the situation stated he will cut his arm off if we are not at triple figures by the end of the year.
    With so many shares on restriction, the bid would have to be friendly. I would not sell the company for less than 20 Billion….which would put us at 200 USD per share.
    That my friends is what we have. The cost to deploy this network is 50,000 USD per 30,000 people…(and it is my opinion xG is quite conservative with their numbers) If you get 10 percent of the market, you are making 90,000 USD per month. You are paid back in a little over 2 weeks. With the cash ….you deploy more networks. If Telefonica decides to do the 4g thang with xG, we are looking at
    Telefonica making 810 million dollars a month using 10 percent of their EXISTING market, in other words, customers of theirs. Oh..for xG, that´s 200,000,000 USD per month, a billion per year (only)
    I would like to know why the stock would fall once the public is aware of xG´s capabilities.
    What is anyones guess what happens to the stock price once the 120 mil is announced? I say onwards to 20+ because that is complete outside validation of the networks.
    Why have none of you commented at all on Gama, who has their hands in just about every market in Eastern Europe and is in ireland and North Africa. I have a feeling we will see more of these….Why have none of
    you commented on Mensil making you aware that Ericsson has come out in favor of xG?
    xG has the capabilities to trade through 1k per share in 5 years.
    Trying to Pump up xG´s price?? Who is doing that? That´s dumb Phil, the company is a billion and somewhat dollars in market cap…the stock is up high enough for me at this point There is NO DELAY at all with ANY of their prospective partners.
    I guess I’m not getting through to you. I DO NOT NEED the “entire picture” to know that what xG has demonstrated is well within the capability of conventional technology. If you knew radio communications, you’d know this.

  • Marc
    August 18, 2009 at 1:57 am

    “I have also seen it demonstrated as a personal-area network, giving 2Mbit/s over 40ft, using 3 nanoWatts,” said Schwartz. With that level of power, a Wi-Fi like network could operate for years on small batteries, he said.
    ´
    Here´s for the jackoff that said Schwartz signed off on xMax because it worked on paper….you guys are dumb, dumb, dumb…as for my favorite Gook…nonsense as usual.

  • Shannon
    August 18, 2009 at 2:15 am

    Is Schwartz still pumping this nonsense? ANY reasonable modulation method can do 2 Mbit/s over 40 ft using 3 nanowatts. Certainly doesn’t mean the chips will only draw 3 nanowatts from the batteries. Anyone doesn’t know this hasn’t a clue about real-world engineering of communications systems.

  • Marc
    August 18, 2009 at 2:42 am

    Funniest ever, anon…Schwartz knows nothing but an obsessed anon dreg knows it all…
    HOW RETARDED ARE YOU?

  • Marc
    August 18, 2009 at 2:54 am

    Hey a-holes…are you feeling “disrupted”..
    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA..
    Shannon´s dead, you morons.

  • Backbooner
    August 18, 2009 at 3:42 am

    FYI Marc:
    “18 months ago, they abandoned the Joe Bobier magic modulation. Cambridge designed them an ordinary BPSK-based air interface. This will work, but limit their range, capacity, and interference protection. So for all intents and purposes, xG abandoned 7 years of work and started over at that time”

  • Shannon
    August 18, 2009 at 3:42 am

    3 nW = -85.2 dBW
    Transmit antenna gain = 6 dB
    Path loss, 20*log10(4*pi*d/L): 40 feet @ 915 MHz = 53.3 dB
    Receive antenna gain = 6 dB
    Receive pwr: -85.2 dBW – 53.3 dB +6+6 = -126.5 dBW
    2 Mb/s = 63 dB-bps
    Received Eb = -126.5 dBW – 63 dB-bps = -189.5 dBJ
    300K system temp = 24.8 dB-K
    N0 = kT = -228.6 + 24.8 dB-K = -203.8 dBJ
    Eb/No = -189.5 – -203.8 = 14.3 dB
    BPSK with long turbo codes can operate at about 1 dB. IS-95 CDMA operates around +6 or +7 dB.

  • Marc
    August 18, 2009 at 3:46 am

    OMG, Gook, one lies the other swears by it…
    such a dumb Gook.

  • Marc
    August 18, 2009 at 3:47 am

    Shannon, you´re a dummy.
    No self respecting engineer would waste their time here.
    Pathetic idiot.

  • Marc
    August 18, 2009 at 3:49 am

    Shannon, lol, you´re a dumb disgusting geek.
    I can tell you definitely are feeling “disrupted”
    SUCKER!!!

  • Shannon
    August 18, 2009 at 3:55 am

    Interpretation: running 2 Mb/s over 40 feet with only 3 nW of (RF) power is well within the capability of just about any existing modulation method, especially if modest gain antennas are used.
    Ergo, it is a puzzle as to why xG promotes their technology as some sort of breakthrough.

  • Marc
    August 18, 2009 at 4:02 am

    What´s the name of the mental disease where you repeat nonsense over and over and over again, shannon the anon dreg geek?

  • Shannon
    August 18, 2009 at 4:14 am

    The only sucker here is the investor who bought a pig in a poke without proper due diligence.
    Wise investors do not accept on faith the claims of a technology company when one is ignorant of the relevant state of the art and competitive environment and unwilling to consult independent, disinterested experts.

  • Marc
    August 18, 2009 at 4:19 am

    Wrong again, Shannon the wannabe.
    The suckers are you…the ones who have relentlessly obsessed over xG without making one bit of effort to make sure they are not acting like fools….as a matter of fact that´s the meaning of SUCKER!!!
    Keep obsessing over me, xG, Bobier, and the other 70 engineers, multi billionaires and geniuses who are involved. I don´t blame you. You are a sucker though.

  • Marc
    August 18, 2009 at 4:22 am

    Anon dregs, listen up…your behavior over YEARS is SO typical of every reaction by blockhead idiots to EVERY MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD. What makes you lot even more dumb is that you can´t see that, which completes the cycle.
    You commoners are genetically programmed to be envious of people like me. It either kills you or makes you stronger.

  • Backbooner
    August 18, 2009 at 4:39 am

    “The suckers are you…the ones who have relentlessly obsessed over xG without making one bit of effort to make sure they are not acting like fools”
    Well, xG has managed very well to act like complete idiots and they don’t seem to have learnt anything as it just keeps getting worse.
    Shannon is dead, long live Shannon

  • Marc
    August 18, 2009 at 7:49 am

    LOL, the Drunk…
    there are strong grounds that you want to SUCK IT!!!!

  • Marc
    August 18, 2009 at 7:51 am

    is the Gook and the Drunk jerking each other off, or are they both jerking me off…can´t figure it out…either way it´s very entertaining…keep obsessing, dregs.

  • baseball68x
    August 18, 2009 at 9:44 am

    As you can see from his racist, ignorant posts Marc Dannenberg is nothing more that the lowest level of a boiler room scam operative. His entire career consists of frauds, lies and behavior that is perfectly shown in his posts here.
    This is the type of individual that xg technology associates themselves with. They used him to sell securities to foreign investors because no reputable firm or investors saw any value in xg.
    As Marc himself once said about the group xg used to obtain investors “nobody wants to make a legitimate living.” Xg’s secrecy means you have to rely on their credibility.
    They use boiler rooms and people like Marc Dannenberg to find investors.
    They namedrop countless firms that according to xg have taken a look at what xg has to offer, yet none of them have ever given a dime to xg.
    There has been constant claims of fraud by insiders and the company once blamed a failed demonstration on “military grade jamming.”
    XG was simply a vehicle to beneift Mooers, Branton and Bobier and a couple of directors who are also being compensated well. MB gave the iDigi investors shares in XG to settle their fraud claims. They listed on the AIM so those investors would have liquidity. They have paid themselves $70,000 a month plus expenses and equity, while failing to meet any deadlines, producing any revenue and having no products.
    They will eventually run out of money
    and claim the failure of the company was due to either the global economy, a conspiracy theory by the major players such as Qualcomm to bring them down or some other nonsense just like iDigi failing because of 9/11.
    By producing a simple product with no commercial viability or proprietary value they can at least try to claim they earned the $840+k a year they’ve been paying themselves.
    In what I’m sure is pure coincidence, prosecution would be tough because they listed on the London AIM, even though they are a US company with only US operations.

  • Marc
    August 18, 2009 at 9:51 am

    another obsessed anon jackoff…ho hum

  • Backbooner
    August 18, 2009 at 10:08 am

    “15 USD times 6 billion is 90 billion a month or 1.2 trillion per year. That puts us at 6 trillion market cap or 50,000 USD per share.”
    I love that post Marc. I wonder who’s obsessed……
    $50.000 per share? It’s $0.50 bid – I kind of like that

  • Scammee
    August 18, 2009 at 3:33 pm

    Only investor disgust is staying a total SP collapse. Most investors are resigned to their loss, with their investment now mostly worthless. You’ll get nothing back at this price, might as well watch it go to dust.
    A good lesson in investing on a lightly regulated exchange, where unscrupulous companies are allowed to lie constantly to the market and get away with it!!

  • Bart
    August 18, 2009 at 4:27 pm

    “This IS very funny and the funniest part is that an idiot named Marc Dannenberg still believes xG Technology isn’t a scam. That’s how stupid he is, on the other hand it seems like that is a “prerequisite for being involved in xG. Just look at Frederick Wahlman, Rick Mooers, Joe “Freakshow” Bobier etc.”
    Those guys are head and shoulders above Dannenberg. None of them has ever put any of their own money into this scam. But they talked Marc into buying $1.5 million of stock just before it went public at 5.00. Funny thing is, all the way up to $18.00 and all the way back down to $0.50 he wasn’t able to sell. At one point he even tried to create his own company and sell stock to get money, using his one million shares of xG stock as collateral. Nobody bought anything.
    Now his $1.5 million is worth $750,000 ON PAPER. If he was able to sell any, the price would plummet. He’d be lucky to get $25,000 for his entire holdings. And somebody recently said he even leveraged that $1.5 million?!?!? Couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy!

  • Scammee
    August 18, 2009 at 5:42 pm

    Its pathetic. PR release after PR. For what? If but to shovel the same rubbish about dongles, mobile voip, and full suites to unsuspecting journalists. More importantly, it confirms there is nothing of commercial value to Townes.
    Call me a dufus if you want, but I am angry, very angry, not because of their failure, but because of the lies and deception again and again over an extended period of time, only to find these guys have little more than a very expensive talkie walkies. Whats the point of Nomads, and a so called REGULATED exchange, if investors can be so freely misled and deceived through market releases.
    If you care to scroll back though the XG Press releases, you’ll see they’ve been lying solidly about BTS sales,revenues and development progress. Its not prety reading and supports quite a few horror stories from their iDigi days.
    Read this link and draw your own conclusion.
    http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_5_07_08.asp
    Its one of many!

  • Wondering
    August 18, 2009 at 5:51 pm

    Did Marc really buy XGT stock with 1.5M of his own money?
    That would explain much. Wonderful. Couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy.

  • Backbooner
    August 18, 2009 at 7:05 pm

    Of course xG is a scam, a major scam as well – let’s hope as many as possible will face some jail time.
    Let’s hope Bart is right about Marc having some leverage on his holdings. That will make xG’s upcoming bankruptcy even more funny!

  • Backbooner
    August 18, 2009 at 7:12 pm

    Of course xG is a scam, a major scam as well – let’s hope as many as possible will face some jail time.
    We all hope Bart is right about Marc having some leverage on his holdings. That will make xG’s upcoming bankruptcy even more funny!

  • Marc
    August 19, 2009 at 1:00 am

    Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah
    What a bunch of faggot bitches!!!
    Scammee you´re a loser buddy, ever do something worthwhile?
    What a bunch of suckers.
    One lies, the rest believe them…
    When´s the mass suicide?
    Oh I´m so upset…Oh it´s been so looooong!
    Never quite met a bunch of morons like you guys.

  • Marc
    August 19, 2009 at 1:05 am

    LOL, there´s a jackoff on III comparing xG to Madoff…where is the other 50 Billion, jackoff, since xG raised 70 million and Bernie lost 50 Billion.
    I hope Obama´s plan of population control comes to pass…not one of you dolts would make it.
    That would mean more for me.
    Matter of fact, this blog…scammee, the gook, the drunk you assholes make me sick. Your stupidity is overwhelming.

  • Backbooner
    August 19, 2009 at 1:08 am

    Upset?

  • Marc
    August 19, 2009 at 1:09 am

    Hi assholes, you bitches talk about oh someone should be prosecuted….well jackoffs it´s been 10 years and….NOTHING! Kind of like the definition of your lives.
    Balless, Brainless, Gutless…that´s the credo of the anti xG mob.
    Scammee, you like being included in that? Sounds to me like you belong.

  • Backbooner
    August 19, 2009 at 1:44 am

    Of course someone should be prosecuted and that should include yourself, Rick&Roger, Frederick Wahlman and Joe “freakshow” Bobier

  • Marc
    August 19, 2009 at 2:05 am

    Nip, you will have round eyes before that happens.

  • Marc
    August 19, 2009 at 2:07 am

    I am disgusted more than upset that you dregs make up a majority of humankind.

  • Backbooner
    August 19, 2009 at 2:08 am

    Is it 3 press releases xG has released the past week? Must feel depressing knowing no one gives a shit and everyone is laughing at it!

  • Marc
    August 19, 2009 at 8:40 am

    everyone?
    Gook you people always look like you´re laughing even when getting the butt of a gun crashed against your forehead..that´s one of the beauties of being a gook.
    As for Nice…you wanna marry me?

  • Marc
    August 19, 2009 at 9:28 am

    But, but anon dreg, another fantasy says I was given the stock…can you get your stories straight so you can jerk off to the same bullshit?
    Pathetic little anon pissants…
    http://www.itbusinessedge.com/cm/blogs/weinschenk/white-space-movement-another-good-sign-for-rural-connectivity/?cs=35036
    BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA…your nightmare has begun!!!

  • baseball68x
    August 19, 2009 at 9:32 am

    Marc Dannenberg has never had $1.5 million nor had access to it. Marc was a cold caller for one of the worst boiler room firms ever called Monroe Parker that was disbanded by the regulators. Marc himself was fined and suspended for making unauthorized trades in accounts and threatening clients. He ran off to a boiler room in Europe where he could more freely engage in the only manner of business he could.
    He found the perfect company in XG. A company that would claim revolutionary capabilities, while maintaining total secrecy. They were more than willing to announce vague and misleading pr so Marc could spin it and run with it. Marc often “predicted” 100mm in revs for xg in 08 based on a relationship with Far Reach. A small US web hosting company with 3 employees who somehow had $100 million from another company nobody had heard of. It turns out after Marc was making these predictions, that he was involved with Far Reach.
    The vulgar nonsense is boring and predictable. It is amusing when he tries to think of scams to raise money.
    Bottom line, the whole premise of xg revolves around the integrity of the company due to their extraordinary claims combined with their secrecy. Instead of taking extra efforts to enhance their integrity, they went the exact opposite direction.
    They engaged with boiler rooms and individuals such as Marc Dannenberg. They name drop multiple firms, none of which have ever done business with them. They “announce” non-binding agreements which are of course meaningless, and proved to be so. They blame failures on things like military grade jamming. They and others directly associated with the company also spend a great deal of time personally attacking critics, when the greatest way to silence their critics is to actually produce a product that does what they’ve claimed.

  • Marc
    August 19, 2009 at 9:41 am

    But the repetitious obsessive nonsense is always exciting, right busher?
    Busher, I´ve made more money in one year than you´ve made in a lifetime…why do you think you´re so jealous of me?
    BUSHER wants me to allow him to perform fellatio on me…I said no! No is NO!

  • Marc
    August 19, 2009 at 10:05 am

    Oh and some of you morons might be asking (or should be asking) what I´m expecting out of the much more than 1.5 mil I have in the co….I expect to be top 5 richest men in the world. Rest assured from that position I will make it my business to step hard on the throats of you 5 idiots.

  • Bart
    August 19, 2009 at 10:09 am

    “The vulgar nonsense is boring and predictable. It is amusing when he tries to think of scams to raise money.”
    How did his baseball card “raffle” ever turn out?
    http://www.rafflewebnow.com
    Doesn’t look like it was ever updated after he first put it up. He’s too stupid to run his own scam, so he has to ride the coattails of people like Mooers & Branton.

  • Marc
    August 19, 2009 at 10:28 am

    Bart the obsessed dreg…so if I run it it´s a scam and if I don´t it´s that I´m stupid…you are an obsessed idiot.
    Good morning, dreg.

  • Backbooner
    August 20, 2009 at 12:49 am

    “I expect to be top 5 richest men in the world. Rest assured from that position I will make it my business to step hard on the throats of you 5 idiots.”
    Are you know doing drugs 24/7?

  • Marc
    August 20, 2009 at 1:46 am

    No Gook, but you are full of napalm 24/7.
    Oh, you also suck it 24/7.

  • Backbooner
    August 20, 2009 at 3:29 am

    All ammunition you have left is racist attacks and abuse. You’re truly a sad person and it can’t be a coincident you’re involved in xG
    Btw, did I say xG is a scam?

  • Marc
    August 20, 2009 at 4:46 am

    lol at ammunition…gook you lost the war when you came up against me. Too bad so sad bye bye.

  • Backbooner
    August 20, 2009 at 4:49 am

    Lost the war? We kicked your ass here like I’m kicking yours. You’re like a blindfolded soldier with a toy gun.
    Say some prayers I get tired or this, I doubt I won’t though

  • Marc
    August 20, 2009 at 5:14 am

    Say some prayers I get tired or this, I doubt I won’t though
    What, Gook?

  • Bart
    August 20, 2009 at 5:53 am

    “Oh and some of you morons might be asking (or should be asking) what I´m expecting out of the much more than 1.5 mil I have in the co….I expect to be top 5 richest men in the world.”
    You lost MORE than $1.5 million to M&B??? Just how much did they take you for?

  • Marc
    August 20, 2009 at 7:02 am

    Hey Bart the gutless anon dreg, give me a call or email and we can talk about it. lol, what a coward!

  • Backbooner
    August 20, 2009 at 9:14 am

    Does anyone know if Marc has leveraged his xG holdings? If yes, does he have a debt to ACH Securities in Switzerland

  • Bart
    August 20, 2009 at 3:37 pm

    “Hey Bart the gutless anon dreg, give me a call or email and we can talk about it. lol, what a coward!”
    Oh right, Marc. Like I want you filling my inbox with obscene screeds or telephoning me all hours of the day and night with obscene rants. You’re a sick man.
    And you’re a stupid mas as well. So you say you have more than $1.5 million invested in xG. That alone proves that you’re stupid. And your recently stated expectation that your investment in xG will make you rich further proves you’re an idiot.
    How does it feel, Marc, to see your >$1.5 million investment languish at $500,000 on paper, knowing very well that you’d be lucky to ever see even $25,000 of your money ever again?
    Exactly how much did you spend on your one million shares? I’ve seen speculation of $1.50/share, $4.50/share, and even $5.00/share. Just how far underwater are you?

  • Marc
    August 20, 2009 at 4:06 pm

    and Bart the anon dreg because you have given the patented coward answer, I can only guess that you are happy simply to lick upon my nuts and suck my dick.
    Fair to say?

  • Backbooner
    August 20, 2009 at 7:12 pm

    Marc Dannenberg is an idiot but Rick Mooers and Fredrerick Wahlman are criminals!
    Btw, did I say xG is a scam

  • The Impaler
    August 20, 2009 at 7:24 pm

    Who let this Marc character out of the insane asylum? Based on his writing he badly needs professional treatment.

  • The Impaler
    August 20, 2009 at 7:28 pm

    Who let this Marc character out of the loony bin? Based on his writings he badly needs help.

  • Bart
    August 20, 2009 at 9:37 pm

    Answer the question, Marc. How much do you have invested in xG? You say it’s “much more than” $1.5 million. How much more? Just how big a player are you?

  • Marc
    August 21, 2009 at 12:54 am

    Bart the anon obsessed dreg, I´m a big player enough to have you obsessed with me for like 5 years.
    As to the other anon dreg…look at you, commenting on me…and my investments…do you know me?
    I don´t care about the stock price at this point. Making fun of you idiots is much more fun.

  • Marc
    August 21, 2009 at 1:29 am

    I like the rotation on this blog..Gook, Geek, Dreg…Gook, Geek, Dreg…Gook, Geek, Dreg…
    Busher the Dummy just screws things up, as usual…keep it going obsessed filthpiles. You will all get a chance to blow me.

  • Marc
    August 21, 2009 at 2:46 am

    Bart the anon dreg, let me add that you are rightfullly obsessed with me. You can never dream to be me, so you obsess over me.

  • Backbooner
    August 21, 2009 at 8:04 am

    xG Technology is a scam, just had to remind everyone in case…….

  • Bart
    August 22, 2009 at 5:29 pm

    So Marc, you dumped $3 million into this scam. You must be proud.
    Found at:
    http://www.hilpers.org/504415-new-transmission-technology-promises-a
    posted 11-11-2005
    “I have 3 million dollars in this company for the last
    years. There was international fighting, name calling,
    and all other strange things going on with this
    technology for a long time. I am very happy to see
    they have accomplished what they said they would. An ex
    MSFT exec is on the board of directors and I´m sure xG
    will be the future of fixed wireless broadband.”
    xG sure has some a long way in four years, huh?
    $3 million dollars!!! Sucker!!!!!!

  • Backbooner
    August 23, 2009 at 2:07 am

    This is what Marc also said 4 years ago:
    “Bring it on buddy. It doesn´t change the fact that SHEC Labs, http://www.sheclabs.com and xG Technology are two life changing assets, the likes of which you will not see again.”
    This is great evidence this man is seriously mentally ill. He must have the mind of a 3 year old and just doesn’t understand he’s been screwed. He’s probably going to die in denial with xG long gone blaming antis, the economy, investors and more saying that xG would have been the biggest company in the world if not for a Geek, a Drunk and a Gook

  • Marc
    August 23, 2009 at 3:03 am

    Bart the disgusting obsessed anon dreg….I´m the sucker but you keep on sucking…Bart, my nuts are not orphans you know…keep sucking….I´m almost there Barty boy!
    Bart you´re disgusting bro. and I mean that.
    2005, huh…3 mil, huh…try again faggot.

  • Backbooner
    August 23, 2009 at 3:58 am

    No matter how much Marc has invested it’s all now long gone and with a bit of luck he’s one of many that has borrowed from ACH using his xG shares as security. Let’s hope Frederick Wahlman, Wennerberg, Mooers and Bobier were ACH clients too 🙂

  • Marc
    August 23, 2009 at 4:02 am

    Hi Nip, you can keep sucking too, there´s enough for you.

  • Marc
    August 23, 2009 at 4:04 am

    Nah, Gook, SHEC will be bigger, but xG will be f´ing HUGE!!! There is a great reason why you, Bart the anon Dreg, the Busher and the Geek have wanted to suck it for so long!!! I will say one thing, you have every right to be obsessed with me and my investments.

  • Backbooner
    August 23, 2009 at 4:38 am

    Just the other day you said xG was going to be the biggest company in history. What has made you change your mind? Do you have any new information?

  • Marc
    August 23, 2009 at 4:47 am

    Yep, Charlie I do have information…I have hit 2 HUGE HOME RUNS with these co.´s. and your obsession is warranted.

  • Backbooner
    August 23, 2009 at 4:57 am

    Home runs? You mean you have shorted both companies? Sorry, I don’t understand, both are scams and only way to make money is to short them. Remember there’s still 50 cents to make on xG, maybe you can get that dickhead Frederick Wahlman to find buyers…….don’t go to Wennerberg, he obviously hates you

  • Marc
    August 23, 2009 at 5:18 am

    INCOMING!!!

  • Bart
    August 23, 2009 at 9:09 am

    “Yep, Charlie I do have information…I have hit 2 HUGE HOME RUNS with these co.´s. and your obsession is warranted.”
    What planet are you on??? Here on Earth when somebody dumps $3 million into a scam and loses it all, with absolutely no hope of ever recovering any of it, we call him a sucker.
    Say, how’s that landfill gas project going in Regina? Has the new delay hit the airwaves yet?

  • Marc
    August 23, 2009 at 9:15 am

    Really Bart the anon obsessed dreg? Because here on my planet we don´t obsess over suckers for 5 years. On your planet of losers and wannabe´s I guess they do. Unless, of course you know I´m a king and you want to suck my dick, which is totally understandable.
    Bart you will never ever be as witty, successful Big mistake coming up against me…big.
    Still dwelling on the Regina project…figures you loser.

  • Backbooner
    August 23, 2009 at 9:18 am

    I see there’s an update on ACH’s site – good to see the Swiss liquidator is working. Really looking forward to this update due in a week: “Spartan Mullen fails to transfer funds for purchase of shares in xG Technology”

  • Marc
    August 23, 2009 at 9:23 am

    Bart, in a nutshell you common anon obsessed dreg, it seems clear that I am everything you want to be, I have everything you want, and you have nothing I want, nor are you ever anything close to what I want to be.
    I mean, who would want to be a disgusting anon obsessed dreg?

  • Backbooner
    August 23, 2009 at 9:28 am

    “I mean, who would want to be a disgusting anon obsessed dreg?”
    If that is what you call it making the world a favour and getting xG off the map I’m more than happy to be one

  • Marc
    August 23, 2009 at 9:48 am

    OH MY GOD, Chinky, it makes me sick that you check every little movement regarding this little co.
    Unless someone is paying you, which will be found out in due time.

  • Marc
    August 23, 2009 at 10:04 am

    Never happening, Gook. Keep trying though…
    By the way Bart the anon dreg…how big of a sucker can I be if Billionaires and Global Royalty are investing after I did…me thinks you are the sucker, Bart.

  • Backbooner
    August 23, 2009 at 10:19 am

    Billionaire? Who’s that? Are you referring to Bohman? He hasn’t invested s*** in xG. He has on paper “invested” but that money has gone back to him. If you didn’t know, he’s broke.
    Global Royalty? Who could that be? Royalties have never been famous of their investment skills or intelligence
    Do you have anything more? A world famous soccer player? World famous musician? The world’s smartest cow?

  • Marc
    August 23, 2009 at 10:29 am

    Charlie, the worlds smartest cow would lend more credibility to xG than a sweatshop owning Gook, a low level geek, an obsessed anon, and a bush league wannabe.
    Buddy, my side is stacked, yours is built to lose.

  • Backbooner
    August 23, 2009 at 11:02 am

    “Buddy, my side is stacked, yours is built to lose.”
    I sure hope you like surprises!

  • Backbooner
    August 23, 2009 at 11:16 am

    Marc, at what price could you consider selling your xG shares?

  • Bart
    August 23, 2009 at 4:20 pm

    Millions of dollars gone, Marc. And nothing to show for it but some worthless stock certificates. Mooers and Branton thank you for your support.
    Loser.

  • Marc
    August 24, 2009 at 1:48 am

    Bart you disgusting anon dreg, if I´m a loser what does that make someone like you who obsesses over me and my investments?
    I don´t think there is a word for you…vermin, maybe.
    Bootlicker…perhaps.

  • Backbooner
    August 24, 2009 at 2:07 am

    You’re the loser Marc and we’re on the opposite that and that makes us winners – simple

  • Marc
    August 24, 2009 at 2:15 am

    You´re confused, chinky….

  • Backbooner
    August 24, 2009 at 2:23 am

    Ok. maybe confused but smart enough to see that xG was going to crash. Is it the 31st of August Spartan Mullen has to transfer the funds?
    Try to sell some shares at 0.50, I have advised you before from $10 and all the way here and it’s time you start listening to someone who understands this.

  • Marc
    August 24, 2009 at 3:22 am

    Buddy, you have no idea what I´ve done, you dumb gook…you´re too dumb to give up. What happened to the other moronic plague who said the co. wouldn´t make payroll in April?

  • Backbooner
    August 24, 2009 at 3:58 am

    Wow, did they make the payroll in April? Are you sure? Amazing – just because of that xG should have a valuation in line with GE

  • Marc
    August 24, 2009 at 4:00 am

    Gook….INCOMING!!!

  • Backbooner
    August 24, 2009 at 4:18 am

    Incoming? What is incoming?
    Sellers of xG shares?
    News from the liquidator?
    Bankruptcy filing from xG?
    More lies from xG?
    Please explain!

  • Bart
    August 24, 2009 at 5:46 pm

    “Bart you disgusting anon dreg, if I´m a loser what does that make someone like you who obsesses over me and my investments?”
    Not obsessing. I’m just highly entertained by your failure.
    You’ve been such a dick in promoting xG and SHEC that I find it quite hilarious to see that you gained nothing promoting SHEC and actually lost $3 million promoting xG. I sure hope you’re highly leveraged in the money you “invested” in xG.
    $3 million, Marc. Gone. Couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy…

  • Marc
    August 25, 2009 at 1:32 am

    Bart, the only failure evidenced through our relationship is your parents failure to use protection.
    Nope, you are obsessed, buddy.
    As far as being a dick…if I was a dick I would be in your mouth.

  • Marc
    August 25, 2009 at 1:47 am

    LOL at RUPERT…Too much money spent on burgers and pizza and he can´t afford to go to Florida to get shut up.
    Oh, he couldn´t go anyway…it´s not for useless bloggers.

  • Marc
    August 25, 2009 at 2:08 am

    Oh and Bart you moronic douchebag, I can´t understand how you think xG and SHEC are over…xG is just STARTING to show off their wares to the biggest co´s in their field…so is SHEC. Your thinking is backasswards, Bart the dreg….and like I said, you are totally justified in wanting to suck my dick.

  • Backbooner
    August 25, 2009 at 5:05 am

    Don’t think anyone will go to Florida as it’s kind of useless when we all already know xG hasn’t got anything of interest to anyone. Maybe except for a toy manufacturer but that’s another story.
    Marc, keep promoting this, try borrow money and buy more – this just have to be the opportunity that never ever will come back. Call Sentec, call Fred, call, Rausto and everyone else and BUY. You’re not doing anything or are you waiting to get ACH’s 5 Million shares down your throat?
    Btw, did I say xG is a scam?

  • Marc
    August 25, 2009 at 8:51 am

    How pathetic is this…the same 2 of 3 jackasses obsessed with xG for years. We have ugly Phil Karn, who tries to act like it´s his first post…as Rupert obviously alludes to him as the guy who tipped him off that xG was using common tech, absolute bullshit of course. We have the sweatshop owning gook.
    What a disgusting motley crew.
    Comments on this post
    Unlicensed spectrum? Internet-based?
    Sounds like WiFi to me. I can get it for what? $50 at the local computer store?
    Posted by KA9Q on Aug 25, 2009 11:16 AM
    This comment has been deleted at the users request
    Updated by KA9Q on Aug 25, 2009 11:21 AM
    What we have here is interesting for two reasons:
    1. xG has been lying to the market for years about their technology and that’s now confirmed. Shouldn’t they be sued for this?
    2. xG has nothing whatsoever that is of interest to anyone
    This company is a very sad story
    Posted by HuangDongh on Aug 25, 2009 12:47 PM

  • Marc
    August 25, 2009 at 9:09 am

    sure Charlie, sure.

  • Bart
    August 25, 2009 at 9:15 pm

    “This company is a very sad story”
    Only for the people who invested money in it. The rest of us find it to be a big joke.

  • Anon
    August 25, 2009 at 11:52 pm

    Not obsessing. I’m just highly entertained by your failure.
    You’ve been such a dick in promoting xG and SHEC that I find it quite hilarious to see that you gained nothing promoting SHEC and actually lost $3 million promoting xG. I sure hope you’re highly leveraged in the money you “invested” in xG.
    Ditto. Had Marc not been such a jerk I wouldn’t have given xG a second thought. With friends like him, xG sure doesn’t need any enemies.
    I’ve known a few people who harass others just for the hell of it. Marc is certainly shameless about it, and his reputation (or what’s left of it) obviously means nothing to him. But perhaps he’s so heavily leveraged that he will lose everything when xG goes down the tubes. That could explain his special obsession with communication experts, former xG partners and employees, and anyone else whose criticism could be influential. The really funny part is how he pretends to not care about this criticism even as it drives him over the top.

  • Anon
    August 26, 2009 at 12:25 am

    …xG is just STARTING to show off their wares to the biggest co´s in their field…
    Marc, weren’t you saying exactly this about 2 years ago? When XGT was at about $15?

  • Marc
    August 26, 2009 at 1:26 am

    LOL, you losers follow me more than you follow your own religion. I´m your God. Too funny! Clown the Ugly Phil Karn you´re a dummy and you know it.

  • Backbooner
    August 26, 2009 at 1:33 am

    “Marc, weren’t you saying exactly this about 2 years ago? When XGT was at about $15?”
    He was together with an additional 5-10 morons/crooks/thieves. ALL of those have now realised it’s a good thing not to be linked to this company and have therefore bailed out as it will get dirty soon. The only one stupid enough to hang around is Marc and his losses seem to have made gotten to his brains. A year ago the man was nuts but since it has increased by the day and what we’re seeing now is total mental breakdown

  • Sentec
    August 26, 2009 at 5:31 am

    It nevertheless remains that a handful of individuals have devoted their lives to harassing XG. I as an xG investor stopped posting when I started to receive hate mail from xG harassers. Thats the extent of their antipathy.
    It may very well be the case that xG have missed targets and certainly product finalization has taken longer than anticipated, but they remain inexorably on course to bringing their disruptive product to market, and some people dont like that!

  • Backbooner
    August 26, 2009 at 5:43 am

    Sentec, xG is a scam. But as you’re Sentecstupid you haven’t yet figured that out

  • Backbooner
    August 26, 2009 at 5:51 am

    Also, I don’t believe a word you have receive any emails from people who understand xG is a scam. No one has your email address.
    You’ve been lying for years and you continue to do so – you should be ashamed of yourself

  • Sentec
    August 26, 2009 at 5:53 am

    I think that response speaks for itself and one of the reasons why I stopped posting. Since Marc opted to continue posting, this is the sort of abuse hes come in for. Try to fight back and they only attack you more mercilessly, sometimes I think, even forgetting why it is they’re posting in the first place, so consumed are they!

  • Backbooner
    August 26, 2009 at 6:26 am

    Reason for posting is that xG is a scam and people should be warned. Just Google “xg technology scam” and you’ll find loads of useful information

  • Sentec
    August 26, 2009 at 6:44 am

    Trying too hard Backbooner!!
    I know it must be frustrating for you that SP still isnt moving in the direction you want; still you’ve tried everything.. Congrats, top marks for effort, but straight fail on intelligence or coherance of post!
    Bye for now; this all just silly!!

  • Backbooner
    August 26, 2009 at 8:14 am

    Sentec, you and the other supporters have been talking about a share price at $20, 50, 100, 1000 and I had my initial target price $1 that was reached a while ago. I later lowered it to $0.25 but have lately cut it to $0.05 as there’s no money left and it’s a well known fact this company has absolutely nothing. On top of that they have admitted they’ve been lying for the past 5 years by totally changing what they say about the performance of xMax – that tech is available everywhere at no cost and xG has a shit version of it combined with a brand that smells of fraud.

  • baseball68
    August 26, 2009 at 10:02 am

    The real fact is that XG are introducing a revolutionary technology that is going to turn the existing comms industry in its head.. Point being it restructures modern comm technology at its core.. so is not just limited to this small vertical mobile comms sector, but the larger comms picture nailing US$ 70 Billion dollars comms companies such as Qualcomm along he way.. See the web site, read it.. think about it, and make your decision… It doesnt come or get any bigger that this…
    Sentec – 2007

  • Sentec
    August 26, 2009 at 10:41 am

    Oh dear…
    You are right I did say that 2 years ago, and well done for trawling through all my old posts.. Enjoy your work.
    Yes, I was wrong, and XG underestimated the amount of work of bringing this project to fruition, but it still doesnt detract from the fact that the tech is still that disruptive and yes I stand by that!! If I were to criticize XG, it would be their feeling pressurized into needlessly setting stringent timeframes and losing credibility by not meeting them, when the integrity of the technology is absolutely there. But this will fall on deaf ears and the anti bandwagon will roll on.
    OK bye again.

  • baseball68x
    August 26, 2009 at 11:16 am

    Feeling pressurized into needlessly setting timeframes?
    They announced these timeframes on their own as PR ploys to keep implying they are close to actually having a product. Instead of addressing the missed deadlines, they would give another vague deadline.
    Would you see the need to criticize the company for claiming years ago the reason why they were going public was to help in their contract negotiations? Of course, none have resulted with any company not associated with xg shareholders? What about the company announcing they were raising prices due to high demand, while having no customers. How about the management team paying themselves $840,000 a year plus, to produce no product, no revenues and no customers? How about the company announcing non-binding agreements which are worthless and proved to be so yet not commenting about claiming revenues on worthless products that they “sold” to a shareholder, yet bought back?

  • Backbooner
    August 26, 2009 at 2:27 pm

    Sentec, you and the other supporters have been talking about a share price at $20, 50, 100, 1000 and I had my initial target price $1 that was reached a while ago. I later lowered it to $0.25 but have lately cut it to $0.05 as there’s no money left and it’s a well known fact this company has absolutely nothing. On top of that they have admitted they’ve been lying for the past 5 years by totally changing what they say about the performance of xMax – that tech is available everywhere at no cost and xG has a shit version of it combined with a brand that smells.

  • Anon
    August 26, 2009 at 2:40 pm

    Sentec, do you still believe this company has any credibility at all? Why? What have they told or shown you to make you still believe so strongly that they have a “disruptive” technology, whatever that means?
    Every outside expert has panned their claims. Virtually every investor and commentator, including some who had been willing to give them the benefit of a doubt, has given up and walked away in disgust.
    Why not you? I’m truly curious. What did we miss?

  • Sentec
    August 26, 2009 at 3:51 pm

    Can barely be bothered to respond.. but will give a quick blast. Please dont hold onto your shares on my account.
    Yes Xg have no credibility in the eyes of the market, yes they have mismanaged PR releases etc etc as eloquently put by our ever obliging Baseball, but the tech they have, that much I do know. When will it come, well soon
    Yes every expert has panned their tech, most notably Dear MR Karn, so what.. Oh look I’m in a hurry to get to the pub,
    Errm.. May try and put together a more coherent response tomorrow. In the meantime, try googling disruptive if its not a familiar word to you.

  • Marc
    August 26, 2009 at 3:53 pm

    anon dreg, what the hell are you talking about…billionaires and huge hedge funds are buying stock 6 TIMES above where it is right now…
    Outside Experts, LOL LOL LOL LOL…anon dreg dummy who are we talking about…the Gook sweatshop owner, the hideous mid level geek, the wannabe minor league busher or the drunk? Some experts you moron!
    LOLOLOLOLOLOL, this has to be the dumbest post ever.

  • baseball68x
    August 26, 2009 at 4:26 pm

    Way to give it the old boiler room try. No billionaires or huge hedge funds are paying for a single share of xg.
    There is a huge overhang and they could buy the entire company for a fraction of the “quoted” price. Any investor with the smallest amount of sophistication will see that National Grid, Telefonica and Gama all took a look and saw no value. They will see the countless excuses for failing to deliver. Ultimately they will see a company with no customers, no revenues and no product who have destroyed any credibility.
    Marc is getting desperate.

  • Backbooner
    August 26, 2009 at 4:27 pm

    Sentec, you and the other supporters have been talking about a share price at $20, 50, 100, 1000 and I had my initial target price $1 that was reached a while ago. I later lowered it to $0.25 but have lately cut it to $0.05 as there’s no money left and it’s a well known fact this company has absolutely nothing. On top of that they have admitted they’ve been lying for the past 5 years by totally changing what they say about the performance of xMax – that tech is available everywhere at no cost and xG has a shit version of it combined with a brand that smells.

  • Dave
    August 26, 2009 at 8:10 pm

    “anon dreg, what the hell are you talking about…billionaires and huge hedge funds are buying stock 6 TIMES above where it is right now…”
    Nobody is buying. XGT is dead.

  • Anon
    August 26, 2009 at 10:29 pm

    but the tech they have, that much I do know
    Well, how do you know that? Do you work in the field?

  • Backbooner
    August 26, 2009 at 11:23 pm

    “Well, how do you know that? Do you work in the field?”
    Sentec = Joe Bobier

  • Marc
    August 27, 2009 at 2:09 am

    Wow, the retards are really working overtime…I´m desperate, lol…doesn´t seem that way busher.
    If only you idiots were really in the same place, it would be a great time to drop a bomb.
    What a group of obsessed suckers.

  • Backbooner
    August 27, 2009 at 2:36 am

    Sentec, how do you explain this post of yours from two years ago? Don’t you feel you’ve been screwed by xG, been naive like a 4 year old or did you just simply lie?
    Want me to pick of more of these or will you just disappear from here?
    “23-10-07
    Re: sentec
    XGT.L
    And the merry go round starts again…. with old selective memory here.. Gotta hand it to you, I do believe amongst all the anti-XG you do enjoy yourself on hear.. I’d love to be in postion to keep pulling someones leg… albeit if you doing it because you have presumably you have history with XG.. Anyways for the..what .. 20ieth time…
    Of course XG have customers, these were declared to AIM as part of the listing criteria… No, the Customers dont care to be revealed, yes they are in line to deploy XG… No doubt we’ll be covering this ground again in a few days… Few hours in the case of Boon….”

  • Sentec
    August 27, 2009 at 5:36 am

    When developing a fundamentally new tech which breaks from convention and when looking to construct and deploy it as a network with phones on limited resources, all you have to do is wave a magic and hey presto its there!! Takes no time at all.

  • Dave
    August 27, 2009 at 7:39 am

    What is the real float of XGT? (i.e. how many shares are on the open market?) I understand only a very small percentage of the total shares were ever freely traded, the rest having gone directly into the accounts of insiders and never traded.
    It looks like 5 million shares are going to be up for sale very soon. What percentage of the freely traded shares does this represent? And with XGT already at its all-time low share price and virtually zero volume, what are these 5 million shares going to do to the market for XGT?
    And if the liquidators can’t sell any of ACH’s shares at any price, how does that affect XGT and the shareholders?

  • Anon
    August 27, 2009 at 9:42 pm

    Sentec = Joe Bobier
    Well, that would certainly explain it, if true.

  • Anon
    August 27, 2009 at 9:50 pm

    …all you have to do is wave a magic and hey presto its there!! Takes no time at all….
    That’s why, Sentec, you have benchmarks and milestones along the way. And you’re expected to meet them.
    The first milestone is to show working laboratory prototypes that demonstrate the basic invention to everyone. You don’t need finished, polished products at this stage.
    But has xG ever even demonstrated publicly any laboratory prototypes in a way that verifies their supposed capabilities? Not to my knowledge. It’s very strange that they keep talking about deploying a real network when they haven’t even learned to crawl yet.

  • Backbooner
    August 28, 2009 at 12:55 am

    Sentec, my question was why you, among many other claims, said xG had customers. Were you lying or did you get screwed by Mooers?

  • Backbooner
    September 1, 2009 at 3:30 am

    Sentec, as you’ve always done regarding xG you avoid answering any questions. Why is that? Is it because you’ve lied all the time?
    Please inform me about the “customers”, the “institutional investors” and the “groundbreaking technology” that you for years have claimed xG have.

  • Backbooner
    September 3, 2009 at 1:08 am

    PRIVATE SALE OF xG Technolgy, Inc. SHARES – Chimay Capital failure to pay the purchase price.
    The FINMA Liquidators hereby inform the creditors of ACH Securities SA that Chimay Capital Management failed to pay the purchase price of the 5’000’000 xG Technology, Inc. shares in due time. The FINMA Liquidators intend to take all appropriate legal and regulatory steps in Switzerland and abroad in order to recover the Chimay debt
    Ok, my target price $0.1 won’t be far away when 5 million shares are to be sold best in the market
    Our favourite walkie talkie company is going down

  • Backbooner
    September 4, 2009 at 1:21 am

    Update on false info about sale of xG shares: http://www.achsecurities.ch/ -> Click “important” notice to creditors on the top
    New blog post on “xG Technology is a scam”: http://xgtechnologyscam.blogspot.com/

  • Golf
    September 11, 2009 at 4:01 am

    They lied to me and they lied to you; again and again. I was supposed to be a friend. Even if they did have something,which I now very much doubt, its probably years away from anything commercial. No one should remotely entrust their money to these liars

  • Too bad
    September 11, 2009 at 4:30 am

    they didn´t lie to me bro…I was in Daytona and knew exactly where they were in this process. You´re a loser crying over sour grapes. If you had any balls, you would go to Florida or Arkansas.
    Speak for yourself, sucker.

  • Pathetic Bashers
    September 11, 2009 at 4:36 am

    Oh and Golf it´s funny you say that as the stock is up 13 percent this week. Hilarious.
    I hope you are not trying to say you are golfboat from iii…I just talked to him yesterday. Too funny. You bashers are sounding very very desperate. I love it.

  • Anon
    September 11, 2009 at 4:58 am

    Yes, it clearly fits a very familiar pattern for crackpot inventors. Joe Bobier’s patents demonstrate a stark misunderstanding of communications theory, so he lacked the necessary background to realize that he hadn’t actually invented a revolutionary new modulation scheme. But he still managed somehow to attract quite a bit of money from investors with more dollars than sense.
    xG has apparently hired some reasonably competent engineers from industry to try to realize Joe’s ideas, but they have seem to have shown management that they are worthless. Did they come clean and publicly announce that fact? No. Instead they’re trying to save face by madly cobbling together something, anything that can handle a phone call.
    Meanwhile, they maintain a steady stream of press releases breathlessly saying that they’re going to have voice over IP over wireless Real Soon Now — as though this were a magic combination that no one else had ever thought of. (An aside: Skype seems to work just fine over Verizon’s 1xEVDO service, but I’ve had little reason to use it for voice since my regular voice phone works just fine.)
    Here’s some free technical advice for xG. Buy some OEM WiFi modules and connect them to a frequency converter to put them on the 902-928 MHz band. They’ll work better than anything you could produce, and they’re heckuva lot cheaper.
    For all I know, maybe this is what xG is already doing.

  • I know who golf talks to
    September 11, 2009 at 6:12 am

    Ok, Golf, I have your source who hasn´t been right about this company in 3 years. I take his negativity as a buy signal, a huge one.

  • Gee, Haven´t heard that before
    September 11, 2009 at 9:43 am

    anon, we´ve been hearing the same crap from anon dummies like you for 3 years…in the meantime, the company moves on. Your rants are nothing more than evidence of your obsession with Joe and xG.

  • Bart
    September 11, 2009 at 6:45 pm

    “Oh and Golf it´s funny you say that as the stock is up 13 percent this week.”
    There was a total of *two* trades in the last two weeks, both at 0.75, for a whopping total of $4554 of volume. The share price ain’t moving, son. Neither is the stock.
    And that 0.75 share price is down 83% from the initial offering. XGT stinks.

  • Backbooner
    September 12, 2009 at 2:26 am

    It’s simple, xG is a scam and every bullish poster here or anywhere else are in on it – they’re all crooks

  • anti xG´ers are disabled
    September 12, 2009 at 3:03 am

    Every anti has some type of physical or mental disability. That´s a fact.

  • Backbooner
    September 12, 2009 at 3:12 am

    Isn’t it telling that even a mentally disabled person in two minutes can tell xG is a scam. What that says is that these guys haven’t done it very well.
    Good luck with the walkie talkie business and let’s see if xG can strike a deal with some toy manufacturer. Unfortunately the competition from Asaia will make their product approx 10 times more expensive than than the competitors’

  • Scammed
    September 28, 2009 at 4:18 am

    1 – Would you hand over the cash?
    2 – Mooers should quit making statements, like “it has been highly gratifying to see xMax products meet and exceed our expectations in field operating environments, both rural and high-interference suburban/urban.” cause its clearly bullshit!!
    3 – Or sign a deal with Townes, but that aint gonna happen as theres nothing in Xmax.
    4 – Cut the shit and go home.

  • Rich Tehrani is on the ball
    September 29, 2009 at 6:18 am

    Great video, Rich, keep up the great work!

  • anon
    October 8, 2009 at 11:20 am

    Sentec’s real identity is Joe Bobier. His e-mail is joeb@xgtechnology.com. The “military grade” jamming xG is blaming their failed parking lot demo on a few years back was in fact made up by one of their directors, Frank Peake. The jamming was due to other business’s legitimate wireless networks. Even a microwave oven would jam the system, since there was no interference rejection capability working in the system at that time. The demo was even setup with directional patch antennas on both ends to help minimize the effect of interferers, but to no avail.

  • still around?
    October 8, 2009 at 11:26 am

    Your first statement negates the rest of your bashing.
    Good luck.

  • anon
    October 8, 2009 at 11:45 am

    That was my first statement to this forum btw. You must be getting me confused with another anon Marc. It wasn’t bashing. I was just setting the facts straight. But I do see your point. Most anything one says factual about xG will look indistinguiseable from extreme negative bashing.

  • More gibberish from Anonsville
    October 8, 2009 at 11:52 am

    Bro, if indeed this is your first statement and you vomit up that Sentec, a poster from England, is Joe Bobier, then you have made no factual statements.
    None. Believe what you like, anon. Your gibberish is just obsessive nonsense over what is now a penny stock. Amazing.

  • anon
    October 8, 2009 at 2:26 pm

    So Marc do you think a reputable company should have any dealings with the likes of you? be honest. Your answer, if honest, should be *ABSOLUTELY NOT*. Now what does that tell the rest of the world about xG Technology?

  • anon
    October 8, 2009 at 2:31 pm

    Perhaps you think my judgement of you is hastily drawn…it´s the fact you bought xG basestations and you own shares that cements it for me…you´re a dumb mother******.

  • You´re my bitch, anon
    October 8, 2009 at 2:56 pm

    But you obsess over this dumb mother******´s every move…so that makes you my bitch.

  • Anon dreg, be honest
    October 8, 2009 at 3:16 pm

    The ultimate irony of this whole anti xG dreg brigade is that Rich who wrote this is now fully 180 degrees away from you, as well he should be, with the stink and all, and you pauper obsessed dregs still post your nonsense.
    That´s truly funny. If xG wasn´t a huge company in the making, and be honest, anon dreg, would it attract peons like you throwing your tiny pebbles? If you are honest, your answer would be NO!, Of Course Not!

  • anon
    October 8, 2009 at 4:00 pm

    Let me guess Marc. Rich has sided with a sociopath such as yourself right LMAO? I think the irony here is that you are self delusional, and you are in desperate need of psychiatric help.

  • Backbooner
    October 11, 2009 at 6:36 am

    Marc is wiped out and that feels really good. He will soon start the blame game and go after Rick and Joe. That has potential to be funny. Come on now Marc and make some noise about how useless these guys are.

  • Sino
    October 18, 2009 at 11:01 am

    XG is a Scam, they fake demos, release false press release through naive editors and make false launch promises.
    Faked demos
    http://urgentcomm.com/mobile_voice/mag/radio_xg_technology_hits/index.html
    Faked demo to Tehrani
    False launchs and fictitious clients
    http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_7-18-06.asp
    http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_4-30-07.asp
    http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_11-28-07.asp
    http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_12-27-07.asp
    (Note Gama Group have completed their DD..)
    This stock is going to below $0.1… Get out while you can..

  • Benny Biscuit
    October 19, 2009 at 8:43 am

    deathlehem2… you’ve just revealed yourself on iii.co.uk. Your comments are hilarious! Only Sentec could be that stupid. Do you prefer deathlehem2 or should we call you Sentec?

  • Backbooner
    October 19, 2009 at 8:43 am

    I’ve not posted as “Sino” but I’m honoured someone uses that name 🙂

  • Benny Biscuit
    October 19, 2009 at 8:44 am

    deathlehem2… you just revealed yourself on iii.co.uk. Your comments are hilarious! Only Sentec could be that stupid. Do you prefer deathlehem2 or can we call you Sentec?

  • Guesswho
    October 20, 2009 at 6:18 am

    XG’s First True Press Release
    “We are highly gratified to see the progress on continued Shareprice decline exceed all expectations. We have met all targets in our abject failure to produce anything of value at all, and are very excited about the prospect of further lying to the market and shareholders about our progress to date.
    To bait you further and stay a total shareprice collapse we very excited about our suite of dongles, bangles, tin drums, walkie talkies and bouncy castles.. Yes, you got we’re talking 4G and next month intend to transmit from our very own satellite and cover the globe with a single BTS”
    For a taster of the real bullshit, see:
    http://www.xgtechnology.com/news_pr_1_14_08.asp
    On a serious note, it is very obvious that XG management are liars and have a history of faking demos. The first claimed faked demo during their Idigi days is well documented. They then faked the October demo, claiming military grade jamming. It figures they would pull the wool over Tehrahni and rig something.
    Even if what they demonstrated had any value, which it doesnt, and was true, which it isnt, you would still have to beleive they were covering up some terrible other limitation elsewhere.

  • Backbooner
    October 20, 2009 at 7:33 am

    Guesswho, that was the funniest I’ve read for years 😀

  • Backbooner
    October 20, 2009 at 9:12 am

    But I’m not retarded, I’ve been spot on about xG compared to the rabid supporters…….

  • Fairly Sober
    October 20, 2009 at 7:07 pm

    Fairly Sober: he is Marcie. He pretendie no speakie Eglish velly wellie

  • PaleRider
    October 20, 2009 at 8:49 pm

    “But I’m not retarded, I’ve been spot on about xG compared to the rabid supporters…….”
    I 2nd that notion. Backbooner should have been the Oracle in the Matrix. His prophesying abilities go well beyond Nostradamus.

  • Backbooner
    October 21, 2009 at 12:02 am

    Makes sense Fairly Sober is Marcy, how could he stay away when his dream is falling apart. I got convinced when I read: “Something is happen now and I now what. But Sorry man, I am not going to tell you what!” Only Marcy, that complete idiot Sentec or Paradigmshift (Frederick Walman) could post anything that stupid

  • Backbooner
    October 21, 2009 at 1:21 am

    It’s because you’re pretty much the only retarded supporter still following xG. All the others are long gone, ashamed, embarrassed and a lot less wealthy !

  • Backbooner
    October 21, 2009 at 1:33 am

    I just looked around but didn’t see you.
    xG is a joke and the many laughs it has given us over years are much appreciated. i wonder what will happen now?

  • Backbooner
    October 23, 2009 at 1:20 am

    Well done xG-mob. Again you’ve bribed someone at iii.co.uk to remove me. You must find me exceptionally scary as you’re doing everything you can to remove my posts – funny

  • Anon
    October 24, 2009 at 12:11 pm

    Its almost embarrassing to watch Danneberg pretend, as Fairly Sober,(a direct reference to his antipathy for Beer is Life) to be some Eastern European, who has a poor ability to construct english, albiet with moments of enlightenment, develop a sudden mission to protect XG.
    Its also so obviously Dannenberg, he gets ants in his pants if he isnt posting, and slowly the volume of posts are building up; he is desperate.

  • Chat odaları
    October 24, 2009 at 8:24 pm

    Marc is wiped out and that feels really good. He will soon start the blame game and go after Rick and Joe. That has potential to be funny. Come on now Marc and make some noise about how useless these guys are…

  • Backbooner
    October 25, 2009 at 4:17 am

    Fairly Sober is a funny poster Marc has invented.It would be great to have that Ukrainian guy back to fight him – could be really great fun
    Isn’t it funny that xG is at all time low and despite some decent turnover the stock doesn’t bounce. FINMA has at least 3,5 million more shares to sell. Let’s see if the xG mob has found someone to pick them up

  • Bart
    October 25, 2009 at 11:20 am

    xG didn’t fake any demo for Tehrani. They arranged six base stations in a very tiny area (a circle about 4 miles in diameter) and drove him among them over a very carefully practiced route (they knew exactly where the dead spots were). And with a single handset (plugged into a laptop to keep it charging because it has an incredibly short battery life) hopping among the 18 frequencies they have available, the system worked. No fakery needed.
    But six base stations to support a single handset over such a tiny geographical area!?!?!? And a 10-minute battery life? And Tehrani was impressed?
    When xG announced the showcase and invited the media, I knew this was exactly what they had planned. But notice Tehrani was the only one gullible enough to fall for it.

  • Backbooner
    October 25, 2009 at 11:49 am

    We know it’s not a working product they’ve been testing and it’s not of any commercial interest to anyone because it’s pretty damn useless. Just as the management and the supporters

  • Benny Biscuit
    October 25, 2009 at 8:32 pm

    What will the pre-money valuation be in the new issue of shares? My guess is $5 million. That would imply a share price of $0.04 and a massive dilution for the current shareholders. Will they issue 250 million new shares @ $0.04? That would raise $10 million (before expenses) to the company… and the story could continue for a while.

  • Backbooner
    October 26, 2009 at 2:14 am

    It used to be a pretty valuable company but a few people understood it was only a scam and now it’s a small small thing that is to become even smaller, a lot smaller

  • Anon
    October 28, 2009 at 6:02 am

    Tehrani’s field appears to be VoIP and networking, not digital radio communications. So I’m not surprised that he could be easily impressed by a demonstration of something that really wasn’t all that impressive.
    I discovered the same trick in college. Being into both computer hardware and software, I’d pick combination projects in both my EE and CS classes. If it was an EE course, I’d emphasize the software aspects; if it was CS, hardware. That always seemed good for an extra grade point.

  • Backbooner
    October 28, 2009 at 6:45 am

    As usual with Marc he attacks anyone who says anything negative about xG. Funny thing is he and the supporters have been wrong all the way along or they’ve been lying and the “antis” have been right!

  • Rich Tehrani
    October 28, 2009 at 12:03 pm

    Hi all, since my background is questioned above I figured I should chime in. I have a computer hardware degree from the University of Connecticut. My field is communications and technology and I had EE and CS classes in school. Having said that, is it possible that 50+ engineers involved in this company (I met at least 30-35 of them) have invited the press to their facility to trick them? Yes. Is it likely? No?
    In my experience it is tough to get 50 people together to pull off a hoax which will be easy to discover by the first person who does RF analysis.
    This gets us to the next point. The company offered to delve into more RF analysis than I had time to go into. I believe I spent 3 hours in the facility and on the road. I do visit hundreds of companies a year and time does not permit me to stay more than a few hours per trip. Having said that, in this case the company made themselves 100% available, stayed past 7:00 pm at night and answered every question I had.
    Do I wish I would have hooked the products up to wireless test equipment and monitored interference and moreover hooked up a bank of phones to see exactly how the products respond to real-world noise, interference, etc so as to minimize the above speculation? Yes. But again, there wasn’t time.
    I hope this clarifies things.
    While we are on the topic, thank you all for your comments but I ask respectfully that we treat each other with dignity and respect. This is obviously a passionate topic but I want you to know that I reserve the right to delete comments which are disrespectful and/or use profanity. And I don’t have time to read them all and being a blog comment policeman is probably not something most of my readers want me to spend time on. So your assistance is appreciated in advance.

  • Anon
    October 28, 2009 at 2:13 pm

    Then stop censoring posts that highlight XG’s trail of lies to the market on numerous false launches, false claims of DD being conducted by most recently Townes, but before that Gamma and Telefonica!! They have been lying about what they had for years, i.e nothing, only for it to emerge, they’re able to make a call on one phone within in very limited environment. Thats hardly an endorsement of commercial viability and still only at beta stage. Don’t forget Flash signalling, the flagship invention, quietly diappeared in to oblivion once it was discovered it wasn’t worth the paper the patent was filed upon.

  • Anon
    October 28, 2009 at 2:48 pm

    Children will be children; as boileroom hacks will be, well, boileroom hacks

  • Anon
    October 28, 2009 at 2:56 pm

    Insults and threats, seemingly the only defense of XG, fail to change the history of faked demos, false claims, lies, litigation that come the wake of claiming to have invented something you haven’t.

  • Anon
    October 28, 2009 at 3:02 pm

    Yes you are and no you are not, and yes you are making a fool of yourself

  • Anon
    October 28, 2009 at 3:12 pm

    QED

  • Anon
    October 28, 2009 at 3:20 pm

    Could someone tell me what ever happened to Flash Signalling and single cycle modulation? and is part of the 50 plus portfolio of patents?

  • Anon
    October 28, 2009 at 3:27 pm

    Could someone please tell me what happened to the Townes Agreement, as per the Press Release of 27 July 2009, where
    Townes:
    “..is expanding the trial of xG’s xMax technologies to establish a network of base stations in adjoining areas.”
    Surely if they were expanding their trial to a network, they were in possession of a product ready for deployment, or am I misreading the PR.

  • Anon
    October 28, 2009 at 3:31 pm

    Could someone please tell me what happened to the Base stations and clients to whom XG were shipping base stations as per the press release of 14 January 2008 and who they were??
    “xG Technology, Inc. (“xG”), the Florida based communications technology business, is pleased to announce that shipments of the Company’s xMax base stations are commencing to markets beyond its initial market in Daytona Beach, Florida, including to new customers in Maryland, South Carolina, Kansas and elsewhere in Florida.
    Frank Peake, Deputy COO, said: “It is rewarding to be at the stage where we are supplying a number of new customers in multiple markets who will be deploying their networks using our low cost solution and equipment.”

  • Anon
    October 28, 2009 at 3:35 pm

    Could someone please tell me what happened to the Agreement with Gama WHO HAD COMPLETED THEIR DD, as per Press Release of 27 December 2007;
    xG Technology, Inc. (“xG” or “the Company”), the communications technology business, is pleased to announce that Gama Group and their subsidiary, Vegatel, have completed their due diligence on xG’s core physical layer technology and its first vertical application, xMax.
    “Gama and xG have now entered into a term sheet that defines the parameters for specific xMax commercial applications in Turkey. The term sheet identifies four major parameters of the final agreement including, xG/Gama share of gross profits, xG market fees, Gama capital purchases and xG applications licensed to Gama. The existing territory agreement that is in place between the companies is hereby extended to the end of June 2008 and both companies will endeavour to sign a final agreement for exclusivity in Turkey by the 30th of June.”

  • Anon
    October 28, 2009 at 3:59 pm

    Note they were SUPPOSEDLY talking profits, fees, etc without even any thing even resembling a product?!?
    “The term sheet identifies four major parameters of the final agreement including, xG/Gama share of gross profits, xG market fees, Gama capital purchases and xG applications licensed to Gama.”
    So, in light of all of this can anyone tell me, whether you would believe XG hadn’t rigged the Tehrani demo, or assuming that wasn’t as good as it would ever get, whether it would be another 10 years before being able to have 2 simultaneous calls being made.
    Can someone please tell me why all those engineers resigned in 2008?
    Can someone please tell me why Spartan Mullen don’t want to fork up?
    And on and on and on

  • Backbooner
    October 28, 2009 at 4:04 pm

    xG is a scam – it’s pretty simple

  • Backbooner
    October 28, 2009 at 5:05 pm

    xG si a scam. Any question?

  • Bart
    October 28, 2009 at 8:21 pm

    Rich,
    No hoax necessary or implied. And I’m certain the vast majority of xG’s employees are competent and sincere. My point is that what xG has demonstrated is in no way novel or capable, and they are merely doing their best to create the impression that it is.
    Recall when xG first came on the scene they were touting “flash signal”, “single cycle modulation”, and “tri-state integer modulation”. They claimed a single $50,000 base station would be able to cover a 1000 square mile area and support hundreds of users with 4G broadband in the 902-928 MHz unlicensed band. They claimed ultra low power and phenomenal battery life. And anybody with half a brain knew they were full of it.
    But it appears they’ve abandoned these modulation schemes for something more conventional and have now demonstrated a wireless network supporting a single IP stream, which could be as little as 6 kbps depending on the codec they’re using for their VoIP. And this wireless network uses six base stations to cover some 20 square miles. And they kept the handset plugged into a laptop to keep it charged because the battery wouldn’t last long enough for a demo.
    Your headline “xMax Works As Advertised” is exactly what they were hoping for when they invited journalists to their showcase. But pleas, look into it a bit more, consult people who know wireless, and see if you continue to stand by that position.

  • Rich Tehrani
    October 28, 2009 at 9:49 pm

    Yes, the wild claims made were scaled back and the now lesser claims did work as the company claimed. It is not uncommon for companies to make claims which they later decide to scale down. In this case the claims were extraordinary but what I witnessed was still quite impressive.
    The handset I used was not plugged in the entire time and for a period of approximately 15 minutes or so it drained a negligible amount of battery – but to be honest I wasn’t really watching the battery so closely as it was acknowledged that the battery life would be a problem.
    At the end of the day, the working demo was the working demo and what I saw was documented as accurately as possible.
    Although the company’s claims today pale in comparison to what they once thought they could achieve, what I saw hasn’t been duplicated by other companies that I have met with or read about. This of course assumes they are really using the frequencies they say they are.
    As I noted in the entry, the issue is whether this technology scales and the battery life problem is an obvious concern for now.
    What is challenging for me to understand based on your comments is what the problem is. You are implying the phones can potentially only transmit 6 kbps when the company tells me it is 1 mbps or more.
    Before I went down to Florida, most of us didn’t expect anything XG claimed to work as the story seemed too good to be true. I was pleasantly surprised that I found a working network and a massive amount of R&D and monitoring systems and test equipment. For the company to be developing antenna systems and modeling how the human head interferes with the radio signals from their devices while knowing they have a product that doesn’t work seems insane. Sure one person can be insane but all 50 engineers?
    I can only verify what I saw and detailed in my post and I acknowledge that it is possible the company is fabricating everything above 6 kbps. But when customers come to purchase this technology, these are the first places they will look – throughput/bandwidth and scalability. It seems crazy to lie about something so basic, crucial and easily verifiable.
    Regarding checking with experts. It seems the whole world is an expert on XG Technology and everyone has strong opinions. There is massive search engine pumping of both negative and positive stories. It seems everyone has an agenda.
    I don’t have one – except to my readers. I went to visit the company expecting nothing to work. Everything they showed me did work (for the most part and as detailed above) and I reported exactly, 100% what I saw.
    I respect your opinion and thanks to it, readers have various viewpoints to consider on this story.

  • Bart
    October 28, 2009 at 10:58 pm

    Did you actually see any data traffic move over the network coming anywhere near the “1 mbps or more” that the company told you it was capable of? Or did you only see VoIP traffic? If you only saw VoIP traffic, it could have been as low as 6 kbps depending upon the codec. I’m not saying their network is limited to 6 kbps. But if all you saw was VoIP, you may have only seen a maximum of 6 kbps.
    And you have to wonder why they decided to concentrate on VoIP. Early on xMax was all about 4G broadband. Long about 2006 it became all about VoIP, with broadband to follow on later. VoIP is just another type of IP packet to move around, but latency becomes an issue. Seems to me they would have been better off starting off offering dirt cheap broadband access in public spectrum, then working on latency and then offering VoIP. But then again, any average Joe can measure the speed of the connection by timing how long his music files take to download. Not so easy with VoIP.
    And you’ve never heard of anybody else doing VoIP in unlicensed spectrum??? Maybe you should check out http://www.tcmmobile.com/
    If xG could reliably move 1 mbps on each of their 18 carriers simultaneously over a distance of 6 or 8 miles in the presence of other users of the ISM band, I would be truly impressed. (If they could do it on each of the 14 channels on each of the 18 carriers, my mind would be truly blown.) I wouldn’t get my hopes up until I saw something that hints that it’s capable of more than a small number of VoIP calls of unspecified bit rate over a short range.
    If the industry thought they had a chance, the stock price wouldn’t be languishing near its all-time low.

  • PaleRider3
    October 29, 2009 at 1:12 pm

    Marc, no one is *MORE* obsessed about xG than you are. Seek counseling. Huang is right. xG has made numerous false press releases over the years, so just based off of that alone they have absolutely *ZERO* credibility.

  • Backbooner
    October 29, 2009 at 1:26 pm

    Being a shareholder in xG must have made you vomit numerous times I guess. Only suckers hold shares in a company that is crowded with useless people who obviously like to lie.

  • Anon
    October 29, 2009 at 6:45 pm

    Good to see investors selling this stock and have awoken to the fact that as with Flash signalling the current proposed technology is nothing more than a beta project and given the ignorance of Bobier and the path being led, there is no commercial value in it.

  • Anon
    October 29, 2009 at 6:49 pm

    “For the company to be developing antenna systems and modeling how the human head interferes with the radio signals from their devices while knowing they have a product that doesn’t work seems insane. Sure one person can be insane but all 50 engineers?”
    Yep, just as it was insane for XG to tell the market they were shipping BTS to fictitous customers and the promise of numerous impending launches. You are obviously new to XG and their lies, but it will come to you

  • Anon
    October 29, 2009 at 6:54 pm

    Why haven’t other independent observers written anything on XG demo. It seems strange that one observer who couldn’t be bothered to fully examine the tech:
    “Do I wish I would have hooked the products up to wireless test equipment and monitored interference and moreover hooked up a bank of phones to see exactly how the products respond to real-world noise, interference, etc so as to minimize the above speculation? Yes. But again, there wasn’t time”
    .. should report to the market that Xmax works as advertised. Has he been given options to write favorably, I wonder.

  • Anon
    October 29, 2009 at 7:28 pm

    Rich, (I now have share options in XG( Tehrani
    I would invite your to re-read the original article writtin by you Patrick Barnard. And not your feed back from one certain Danenbarg who is now your number one fan.
    Deciphering xG Technology
    We write thousands of stories each month at TMCnet and occasionally among all of this content we get a response to an article which is threatening or involves profanity towards us or one of our writers. Having said that, I happened to forward news about xG Technology to my editorial team a while back and I mentioned to them to be sure to research it carefully as the company is very controversial.
    Why are they controversial? Well because they seem to make claim after claim regarding wireless technology which is claimed to be 25 times cheaper than comparable WiMAX equipment at 1,000 times the efficiency – yet it isn’t widely deployed. These are not new claims by the way, they are years old.
    On the face of it these stats are similar to saying you have created a fusion reactor in a paper cup – and if this is a real technology why is it not being sent to editors worldwide so we can see it for ourselves?
    In order to determine the real story, Senior TMC Web Editor Patrick Barnard wrote an article which was well-researched on xG technology and in response he and I both received an email referring to him in a profane manner and the email concluded with a request to have me fire him.
    The writer of this email didn’t submit any facts which we should be aware of, they just decided to lash out at Patrick for writing a great and balanced article which seemed to conflict with his point of view.

  • Anon
    October 29, 2009 at 7:35 pm

    “Do I wish I would have hooked the products up to wireless test equipment and monitored interference and moreover hooked up a bank of phones to see exactly how the products respond to real-world noise, interference, etc so as to minimize the above speculation? Yes. But again, there wasn’t time.”
    If you couldn’t be bothered to properly research XG’s lies then don’t come back to the market stating Xmax works as advertised because you don’t know that.
    Dont forget there was a mass walk out of technicians who new Bobier was full of it and didn’t have a clue on RF theory.

  • Bart
    October 29, 2009 at 7:37 pm

    I just had to quote what “omghf” says about the current network because it’s just so ridiculous:
    “What they have done is made a product that is soley to introduce the technology. This is a phone, not a smart phone, not any device that would need the original mod. scheme. The company still makes the same claims. This is their first product and it will get them on the board.”
    Keep in mind this is from a man who has a lot of money invested in xG, has a long history with the people running xG, and even served as CEO of a company they were partnering with to launch xMax a couple years ago.
    So let me get this right, Marc. The current product is intended to introduce the technology, but it doesn’t use the technology because it doesn’t need it? So we shouldn’t expect 1000 square miles of 4G coverage with a single base station of the type being used, but xMax is still capable of 1000 square miles of 4G coverage with a single base station?
    You really should get your brain looked at, Marc. It appears to be broken.

  • Claude
    October 29, 2009 at 9:48 pm

    Rich, I certainly didn’t mean to denigrate your background or intend any offense. My point was simply that no one can specialize in everything. So unless you actually design or test digital radio systems on a regular basis you might not be completely familiar with the state of the art and what constitutes a significant advance over it.
    Correct me if I’m wrong, but it’s probably safe to say that you’re more familiar with the detailed capabilities of Cisco’s latest VoIP offerings than with the relative merits, limitations and real-world performance of OFDM vs decision-directed equalization, QPSK vs QAM, frequency-hopped vs direct sequence spread spectrum, CDMA vs TDMA, Trellis vs Viterbi vs turbo coding, and MIMO vs single-antenna schemes…right?
    For years xG touted a supposed breakthrough called “single cycle modulation”. Its principals and backers claimed a huge valuation for the company on the basis of that supposed breakthrough. Unfortunately, their claims violated firmly established fundamental theoretical limits to what’s possible in communications. And their CTO’s patents revealed that, quite frankly, he has no idea what he’s doing.
    xG has never demonstrated an ability to deliver on those claims and they never will. But as far as I know, neither have they ever withdrawn those claims. So it seems only proper to evaluate their current claims and demonstrations in that light.
    What you saw xG demonstrate was probably real but it simply wasn’t very exciting. It could have been done with off-the-shelf technology from many suppliers that’s been around for many years. It certainly did not put any meat on their claims to have a radically new and different technology that can operate with orders of magnitude less power or fewer base stations.
    All indications are that xG has quietly abandoned their original claims and, without informing their investors, has embarked on a crash program to develop something, *anything* to show for all the time and money invested in it. In other words, they’ve been engaged in a bait-and-switch operation.
    xG may or may not have a viable business selling low-cost wireless phone service using a radio technology with conventional performance. But they certainly do not have a viable business selling a technology that matches the breathless claims they made for it years ago. And that’s really all the critics have been saying.

  • Claude
    October 29, 2009 at 10:01 pm

    “For the company to be developing antenna systems and modeling how the human head interferes with the radio signals from their devices while knowing they have a product that doesn?t work seems insane. Sure one person can be insane but all 50 engineers?”
    No, a few clueless executives and one incompetent CTO plus 50 reasonably competent engineers who are trying to make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.

  • Jeanne Valentine
    October 29, 2009 at 10:15 pm

    386 comments? Really? Is this that important? It seems like there are a bunch of grade school children calling each other names over this. Why? You people have all made your stand. Move on.
    While the internet has allowed the transmission of news and information to be immediate. Yet it also has allowed people to hide behind the power of a keyboard. You have people like Anon, who hide behind the internet and throw stones and make accusations against people like Rich Tehrani. Rich is a pretty public person. I am sure you can find him at most of the major trade shows in the US. If you want to call him names or accuse him of owning stock in XG, I am sure he is not hard to find in order to discuss your views in person instead of hiding behind an anonomous entry on a blog.
    He went to visit XG follwoing up on an article written by one of his editors. They ran a demo for him that worked. He met with multiple people at XG and wrote a blog detailing what he found. So what? His entry was based upon his own observations. For you to challenge his veracity or to make assumptions that he has an agenda is as unfounded as what XG has claimed over the years, according to you.
    As to the other anti-XG people, why oh why do you rise to this other guys bait? You are only feeding into him. Move on. I would say you have made your point and provided enough information to make people skeptical about XG and thier claims.

  • Claude
    October 29, 2009 at 11:53 pm

    This is a phone, not a smart phone, not any device that would need the original mod. scheme.
    This raised my eyebrows. When a company claims to have a radical breakthrough, they usually consider it a high priority to develop a product (or license someone to develop a product) that uses the radical breakthrough to get it into the market as soon as possible.
    Years have elapsed since xG made its extravagant claims about “single cycle” modulation. During that time they have repeatedly claimed to be “rolling out” their new technology, yet nothing has ever actually materialized. Lots of people have begun to question the veracity of their originally claims.
    Finally, they’re able to demo something (I won’t call it a “product”) to a journalist. But then it turns out to contain only the older, off-the-shelf technology because the new, radical, breakthrough technology “isn’t needed”?
    Give me a break! This is a case of bait-and-switch, nothing less.

  • Backbooner
    October 30, 2009 at 3:19 am

    Name calling and racist attacks won’t get the share price back. It’s over and xG has nothing. They’ve been burning through loads of money by paying useless directors and having a fun time. I’m disgusted by that.

  • Marc's worst nightmare
    October 30, 2009 at 4:07 am

    Want to know what’s truly obsessed? Trying to harass an xG critic by calling him — overseas, from Spain — several dozen times throughout the night even though he’s put an auto-answer modem on the line and turned off the ringer and speaker.
    Now that’s obsessed.

  • Backbooner
    October 30, 2009 at 5:07 am

    You said you were going to eat that thing and you here have a unique opportunity to really become immortal as being The Internet Clown Nr 1.
    Shall we say that if xG hasn’t got a customer with at least 1000 paying users in 3 months you’ll do it?

  • Bart
    October 30, 2009 at 6:17 am

    Rick,
    Please answer my question. Did you ever see any data traffic go across their network? (And I mean outside, over a representative “user distance”, not in the lab between antennas two meters apart.) If so, did the speed come anywhere near 1 mbps? Or did you only see VoIP traffic go across their network?

  • Backbooner
    October 30, 2009 at 7:02 am

    Rick, while you’re at it, please answer mine too!

  • Rich Tehrani
    October 30, 2009 at 6:35 pm

    Hi all, to answer some questions and set the record straight. I hate to be a censor but I had to remove all posts containing profanity or derogatory and/or racially offensive comments. I hope I got them all.
    I am thrilled to have my blog be a forum for an open dialogue on many communications and tech issues but at the same time I ask again that we all remain respectful of one another’s opinions, nationalities, etc.
    Regarding a comment I saw (not sure if it is deleted or not) about me owning stock or being granted options in XG – I am not a shareholder and have not been promised anything by the company. Occasionally I do invest in companies in the industry and join boards, etc if I feel I can help the company/industry by doing so but if I do, it never affects my position on the company(ies) I cover.
    I have a responsibility to my readers and my advertisers to be as objective as I can or I lose both.
    The VoIP call was the IP traffic I witnessed travel over the network. Had XG shown me 1 Mbps flowing from handset to base station it would not prove that the solution scales to meet the needs of a carrier. 5 handsets at 1 Mbps would not have shown scale either. 10 would not… A potential buyer has to decide if the solution scales to meet their needs as I mentioned. I documented a single handset working at a great distance as we all know well at this point.
    Another comment about my qualification as a wireless engineer – I went to the company and documented everything I saw. The post I wrote shows the technology has potential and I mentioned if it can scale, it can be a game changer. Knowing the specifics of the company’s technology is less important to me than seeing it work. And remember, I went to Florida thinking I would not see a working demo. In my experience, the target reader I am writing for is the potential buyer – they want to know if the product works first and the specific technology can be verified by their engineering team.
    This does not mean I won’t delve into the company’s technology at a later date. And If I do I will be sure to reference the excellent content from the comments to make sure I don’t miss anything.
    Regarding why other members of the press haven’t visited and written about XG Technology, I cannot speak for them but perhaps they are looking at this comment chain and the profane language and insults and that has been a deterrent.
    Regarding me seeing the light on this matter and learning that the company’s products and technologies don’t work properly. You have a forum here where you can present your viewpoint. If there is verifiable news on any company which you want to share with me and I believe my readers will benefit from seeing it, I will post it. But to call me names and try to discredit what I documented on video above doesn’t help your cause.

  • Claude
    October 30, 2009 at 7:29 pm

    Hi Rich, you’ve mentioned scaling several times: “A potential buyer has to decide if the solution scales to meet their needs as I mentioned”, “I mentioned if it can scale, it can be a game changer”, etc.
    Scaling isn’t just an issue. It’s *THE* issue. It’s as if a car company took lots of investment money while claiming to have a new engine that can get 300 miles per gallon. Then, after years of breathless PR hype, broken delivery promises, and the revelation that their chief engineer is completely ignorant of the laws of thermodynamics, they proudly drive you around in a prototype car that gets 10 miles per gallon.
    And you report “it worked as advertised” and comment parenthetically “a potential buyer will have to decide if it can scale up to 300 MPG”.
    Well…yes. Yes. Of course they will.
    Do you see my point? What xG showed you was *easy* — and also beside the point, because it’s commercially valueless. It’s not what they spent years claiming they could do. It’s not what they took money from investors claiming they could do. And it’s not what has made them so controversial. xG is pulling a full-blown bait-and-switch, and you shouldn’t let them get away with it.

  • Backbooner
    October 30, 2009 at 9:07 pm

    Not even try to get an understanding for xG as a company and communicate it is nothing but non-serious journalism. I stick with my earlier statement (that was deleted by the editor) that the author and editor in chief of this blog is an amateur letting a company “use” him as proof of the false claims they made over the years. What this blogger, Rich Tehrani, not seems to understand is the fact that xG is not here to fool any potential buyers of equipment, they’re here to fool the investors. Give that a thought and maybe you will reassess your views on xG. xG knows, as everyone reading this, that they will never sell anything to anyone and if you’d done at least some background search on this you would have understood that.
    Let’s see if this one gets deleted too – if so I will only move this specific discussion to another forum where it’s not censored

  • Bart
    October 30, 2009 at 9:30 pm

    Rich, thank you for two things — cleaning up the profanity and providing some clarification. They are both appreciated.
    You say that when you went to Florida you didn’t expect to see a working demo. Well, I sure expected a working demo.
    When I saw the FCC certification report on the BSN250 it was clear to me that they had abandoned Bobier’s “flash signal” and had gone with something more conventional like BPSK. (So much for the amazing advantages they had been touting for years, which nobody believed anyway.) So I figured they might actually have something with which to construct a minimal wireless network for dog and pony shows. When they announced the “showcase” and invited the media, I thought “yep”.
    You say you saw only VoIP traffic, therefore the max bit rate you saw demonstrated could have been as low as 6 kbps. You also say you saw “a single handset working at a great distance”. Judging by the spacing of the towers, I would assume this “great distance” was less than two miles. This is *extremely* unimpressive — especially a single bit stream with 18 frequencies to hop around on to avoid interference.
    Scalability aside (which I suspect is *zero*), a single bit stream at 1 mbps in unlicensed spectrum at a range of 1-2 miles would have been impressive. If they could do that on multiple carriers on a given base station simultaneously, that would be even more impressive. And if they could do it in busy spectrum that would be game-changing.
    But a single, possibly 6 kpbs stream over a range of less than two miles with 18 frequencies to hop around on? Yawn. And I suspect the low bit rates of VoIP are exactly why they chose VoIP as their “first application”. (i.e. I don’t believe they would ever attempt to offer broadband IP, much less 4G speeds.) If they could demonstrate more than a few kbps, they definitely would.
    I honestly believe that when they put together this “showcase” and invited the media, they were hoping for credulous coverage. It would appear you walked right into it.

  • Sentec
    October 30, 2009 at 10:34 pm

    Yes Phil, you are absolutely spot on and I marvel at the stupidity of people still buying this stock. But again greed will blind and lead people to stupidly part with their cash despite the obvious signs.
    By Rich Tehrani’s own admission he couldn’t be bothered to properly research what he was being presented:
    “Do I wish I would have hooked the products up to wireless test equipment and monitored interference and moreover hooked up a bank of phones to see exactly how the products respond to real-world noise, interference, etc so as to minimize the above speculation? Yes. But again, there wasn’t time”
    So for him to come back to market a report Xmax works as advertised is faintly rediculous and not only illustrates his lack of attention to detail but the ease with which he can be duped. “Single cycle” claimed more, further and for less and turned out to be utter drivel, with an unbeleivable number of excuses and lies made up to cover up their shortcomings, to put it mildly. Again, as we’ve now discovered them to be the utter liars that they are, their preposterous initial and quietly abandoned invention still forms part of the 50 plus patents they boast on their web site.
    Again their stated claim on their website about having developed a low cost viop technology leaves a nasty smell as they havent proven as much. But then again they never did as with the previous claims on the single cycle potential.
    Where will their nonsense end and more importantly when will they be prosecuted for lying to nomads and a regulated exchange. I shall be amazed if they are able to raise any more cash to keep this charade going, but then again they have dodged and lied their way through numerous tight situations. The worrying thing is that they are convincing liars and greed blinds. They know that.
    So in light Bobiers evident ignorance of RF theory, and Mooers evident devious intent in their exising bait and switch, we are now presented with their channel hopping BS in unlicensed, which again they are claiming as a low cost mobile solution, without any demonstrable commercial viability or proof of the tech works. But our Rich has bought into it.
    It should be noted these guys already showcased their single cycle modulation to a gathered audience in 2007 and claimed streaming video using their tech which as we now know was completely rigged.
    Sadly, we are confronted with an unfortunate set circumstances. An ignorant RF ham with no formal education (who by all accounts was reading Hawkins Big bang when he was inspired, yeh right) and a group of lying and quite obviously unscrupulous individuals in the form of Mooers and Branton who will do all it takes to keep this gravy train alive.
    No wonder they avoided Sarbannes Oxley!!

  • Claude
    October 30, 2009 at 11:02 pm

    Back, Bart, etc, back off Rich a bit, okay? The guy is a professional journalist and I don’t doubt he writes what he honestly thinks. It’s not at all helpful to accuse him of being on the take from xG. Save it for those who really deserve it; we certainly know they exist.
    There are a lot of niches and specialties in the communications industry and it’s simply unreasonable to expect any one person to be intimately familiar with every subtle detail of every last one of them.
    Rich’s specialty is the VoIP industry. While xG claims to be working on a product that happens to use VoIP, the focus of their claims is a supposedly breakthrough RF modem technology. So they are best evaluated by someone familiar with the theory and state of the art of digital radio modems. I think Rich understands that now and I for one am content to let him cover the company as he wishes.

  • Claude
    October 30, 2009 at 11:07 pm

    I think our friend Marc is more than a little reminiscent of the Dark Knight’s version of The Joker: he loves to draw the worst out of people. So don’t indulge him.

  • Backbooner
    October 31, 2009 at 3:16 am

    Claude, to be a professional journalist you have to very careful and insightful on what you’re doing when you’re writing about listed companies. You must understand there is a stock market out there that will try to interpret your conclusions. In some cases, like in the case of xG, there are forces that will do anything to push out and further distribute anything positive that is said about xG. Not having that in mind when going there, writing and posting articles will put you in a very risky position and that is exactly what has happened to Rich here. To be straightforward, I don’t doubt he knows his VoIP pieces but he certainly doesn’t understand how the stock market works AND if he’d done his homework/or asked someone to help him he would have seen all the warning signs. As it stands now he’s been used by xG in a very delicate situation as they’re almost out of money and his article is the their main argument towards investors to invest in the company(look here, it works – pointing at the article – see further down) for more . As I stated previously, the case here is that xG is not here to fool any telco buyers, they’re here to fool INVESTORS. Claude, don’t you think a journalist should have the integrity and understanding about these issues when writing articles about listed companies.
    I even found this a week ago in a Swedish on-line magazine http://www.realtid.se and this is at the bottom of the article and a quote by xG’s Investor Relations Director Jonas Krepper:
    ” – We’re working on with our technology.
    – We have a network that is running now.
    – Our technology works very well.
    Krepper referring to an article in the American magazine TMC Net, where a journalist writes about xG and its new network.”
    Rich and Claude, xG is actively using rich’s article to raise more money and Claude you know putting money in to this is to be fooled. That article is theur main argument in the desperate search for money.
    Rich and Claude, do you now understand how important integrity is for a journalist and the utter importance of doing some background checks?

  • Backbooner
    October 31, 2009 at 3:43 am

    Well, XGT.L is down from $18 to $0.25 – why do you think that has happened?

  • Backbooner
    October 31, 2009 at 4:02 am

    That happened because xG sent out numerous press releases making false claims and lying about the the interest and customers. When people like Phil Karn, myself and other started posting about xG it quickly started to go down. So, it went on because of lies and down because of the truth being revealed.

  • PaleRider3
    October 31, 2009 at 4:29 am

    “Can someone please tell me why all those engineers resigned in 2008?”
    Don’t forget even “The Face of xG” left in 2008. He only came back to xG recently.

  • Pam
    October 31, 2009 at 4:35 am

    Who’s “The Face of xG”?

  • PaleRider3
    October 31, 2009 at 4:39 am

    Chris Whiteley is the “face of xG”.

  • Redux
    October 31, 2009 at 8:09 am

    Saga comes to a close?

  • Bart
    October 31, 2009 at 8:26 am

    Let me make clear that I do NOT believe Rich is on the take. I don’t doubt his integrity in any way. I just think he could have used a more critical eye in his observations and evaluation. And I do feel that he may have unwittingly played right into the hands of the company

  • Bart
    October 31, 2009 at 10:29 am

    Marc, the rise from .27 to 18 was due to unmitigated hype. The fall from 18 to .25 is due to the total lack of substance behind the unmitigated hype.
    One wonders where the share price would be today if you hadn’t popped a fuse, launched your harassment campaign, and attracted so much attention from people who actually understand digital wireless.

  • Sux
    October 31, 2009 at 11:18 am

    Its fairly obvious that Bobier certainly isnt the visionary XG would have everyone beleive. His flagship Single Cycle was borne out of ingnorance of RF so its hard to see how he could now come up with anything of value in terms of this latest “Channel hopping” effort that the rest of the industry would have known about.
    Karn as with the futility of single cycle has already shown this latest hopeless deceiving enterprise to be a waste of time.

  • Sux
    October 31, 2009 at 11:20 am

    “Do I wish I would have hooked the products up to wireless test equipment and monitored interference and moreover hooked up a bank of phones to see exactly how the products respond to real-world noise, interference, etc so as to minimize the above speculation? Yes. But again, there wasn’t time.” If you could’t be bothered to investigate fully, then don’t report and claim tot he market that Xmax works as advertised. You are only assuming and judging by the extent to which XG have been lying it is not unreasonable as with all other previous demos, to assume theyre lying and rigging demos once again. Don’t forget these guys have already supposedly showcased their product in 2007 to a gathered audience and it all turned out to be bullshit. There is also not point in having 50 yes men from India taking a pay check very month. There was a wholesale revolt in 2008 when number of senior technicians walked out knowing full well XG management were full of it and they were wasting their time. Hell one of them even came on the blog

  • Sux
    October 31, 2009 at 11:27 am

    Scream shout insult all you want.. Doesn’t change the fact that youre chained to a sinking ship

  • Backbooner
    October 31, 2009 at 11:32 am

    xG has nothing and we all know that – let them keep on bashing out ridiculous press releases – they are getting more and more desperate by the day as they’re out of money. They’ll do anything to get anyone to invest and we’ll see, maybe they can pull it off again so Mooers and Branton can keep on “taking” $70k a month for doing nothing.

  • Sux
    October 31, 2009 at 11:34 am

    “xMax is the product of xG Technology’s extensive R&D activity, a $100 million international effort that involves companies in the US, Europe and Asia. xG’s patent portfolio, which now includes 50 US and more than 100 international
    patents and pending patent applications, is being developed with the goal of bringing lower-cost communications to consumers”
    Same lies and BS they’ve been feeding for years.
    Which companies Europe and Asia?? Gama?? Telefonica??
    50 Patents for what?? Single cycle.. Thats toilet paper
    $100 million of developing a rigged demo to handle one call.
    Delusional lies

  • Sux
    October 31, 2009 at 11:39 am

    The only garbage talking has been from XG with their lies in print. You’ve made no money and if it were having fun you wouldn’t be going crazy the whole time.
    Sadly for you the ship will sink before you are able to unload as XG’s shortcomings and lies unravel

  • Backbooner
    October 31, 2009 at 11:57 am

    The problem with xG is that they don’t have a product, have no idea how to get one and what they have they could have got for a couple of hundred k dollars anywhere. The reason they’re trying to show they have something is they need to fool some investor to invest as they have run dry. I don’t think Rich can invest that money but he certainly got them a small step closer to winding up some innocent investor.

  • Pat
    October 31, 2009 at 2:28 pm

    I agree with you, Bart. This company does need to be examined critically in light of the many extravagant promises they’ve made and never withdrawn. Not to mention the, shall we say, questionable personalities surrounding it.

  • Claude
    October 31, 2009 at 4:34 pm

    this latest “Channel hopping” effort
    Frequency (or channel) hopping is a perfectly reasonable thing to do on polluted spectrum. In fact, it’s the standard thing to do. Bluetooth does it. Many cordless phones do it. A lot of military anti-jam radios do it. It’s hardly new.
    Frequency hopping and direct sequence are the two main forms of spread spectrum. Hedy Lamarr’s famous patent was about frequency hopping. She wanted to make a radio guided torpedo resistant to jamming. Her implementation had identical player piano rolls controlling the frequencies of both transmitter and receiver. It was unworkable, but the theory was sound. It just had to wait for the right technology.
    All forms of spread spectrum reduce interference by what’s called the “process gain”, the ratio between the spread and unspread bandwidths. The wider the spread signal and the slower the data rate, the greater the process gain. So a 6 kb/s VoIP modem operating in the 902-928 MHz band could have a 36 dB process gain, but a 1 Mb/s modem would only have about 14 dB.
    Frequency hopping is especially effective in rejecting strong narrow band interference. You add enough interleaving and error correction coding so that when the signal hops on the interferer, the coding simply reconstructs the missing data. Direct sequence can reject narrow band interference with notch filters, but it takes more work. It’s better suited to dedicated spectrum, like CDMA cellular and GPS.
    OFDM (orthogonal frequency division multiplexing) is especially popular these days (e.g., 802.11g) because it resists multipath and narrow band interference. You can think of it as frequency hopping on all the hops simultaneously. The low symbol rate makes it resistant to multipath, and coding and interleaving again deals with narrow band interference.
    It certainly doesn’t sound like xG has come up with anything new. I still think they should just stick some OEM WiFi modules into their radios. They’d work better and they’d certainly be cheaper.

  • Bart
    October 31, 2009 at 7:23 pm

    Claude, what is your opinion regarding the thought that xG may actually have done pretty much all that can be done in the 902-928 MHz band, given the power limitations?
    i.e. there’s a good chance the xG engineers are a pretty crack team (once they disabused management of the thought that Bobier was competent), but simple physics and the limitations the FCC places on the 902-928 MHz band mean that no matter how good they are, their grand vision just isn’t going to happen.

  • PaleRider3
    October 31, 2009 at 11:18 pm

    “i.e. there’s a good chance the xG engineers are a pretty crack team (once they disabused management of the thought that Bobier was competent),”
    Believe me. They all know Bobier is an extremely incompetent CTO, but they have no choice, They have to continue beating their heads against a wall trying to overcome Shannon’s law which will never ever ever happen.

  • Bart
    November 1, 2009 at 8:01 am

    But if they’re truly competent engineers, they would know and understand Shannon. I could certainly believe they are working on, and apparently have, a fully operational wireless IP system for the 902-928 MHz band that is as good as anybody could produce. But I simply can’t believe they’re actively attempting to violate Shannon. That would be like an automotive engineer attempting to violate the first law of thermodynamics. An unschooled hillbilly (who supposedly gets his ideas while reading Hawking) working to violate Shannon I can believe. But educated engineers? No way.
    Perhaps what Rich saw — work on diffraction around/through human heads — is an attempt to push another tenth of a dB toward Shannon. Perhaps they know that 98%, 99%, 99.9%, etc., is theoretically attainable, but they’re just playing along with their CTO’s instructions to achieve 101% (or 2000%, which the range and capacity claims would imply).

  • Backbooner
    November 1, 2009 at 3:14 pm

    Btw guys, what happened to Professor Schwartz? You used to talk a lot about how he endorsed xG. He has left along with Telefonica, Gama, NGW, Townes, Treco, FarReach, the $57 million pre-order, all the NOMADs, PR-agencies etc etc

  • Swede
    November 1, 2009 at 3:16 pm

    As an R&D company, how come their R&D expenses are listed as zero on the AIM?

  • Claude
    November 1, 2009 at 7:06 pm

    The only way to know if xG has done all they can with the limitations of the Part 15 rules on 902-928 MHz is to rigorously test their equipment, something they have not yet done.
    That said, it’s safe to say that 802.11 has already done just about all that can be done within the Part 15 rules. So why re-invent the wheel? To sell it to people who haven’t yet learned that the wheel exists?

  • Backbooner
    November 2, 2009 at 1:03 am

    Rich, more and more people are questioning your integrity and judgement and I wonder why you’re hiding for the fact xG is using your article as PR/verification. Look at this post from iii.co.uk:
    “01:03
    Re: More news.
    Beerson
    ROTFL! It looks like our little screech monkey Marc has been all over that blog. I was wondering what happened to him. It’s good to know he’s still out and about and hasn’t yet stuck a barrel in his mouth.
    And wow, xG played Tehrani big time. He walks right into their PR stunt, writes “XMax works as advertised” and xG headlines their web site with his quotes. Hilarious”

  • chezhanson
    November 2, 2009 at 9:56 am

    Why is everyone still talking about violating Shannon? That only applied to Joe “Fraud”ier’s “Flash” or “Single-cycle” or narrow pulse technologies, all of which were abandoned in early 2008. The BSN200’s and TX110’s were the last to use it. The current pair of products use a very ordinary protocol.
    There are no longer wild expectations. They just wanted to make some limited mobile calls to keep investors around. The more testing they do, however, the more the real world limitations will rear their ugly heads.
    But you have to hand it to these guys, they are brilliant beyond words at raising money from clueless investors, and I suspect they are going to do it again. What a pity, but I guess it may save some jobs for a while.

  • Backbooner
    November 2, 2009 at 10:44 am

    “But you have to hand it to these guys, they are brilliant beyond words at raising money from clueless investors, and I suspect they are going to do it again. What a pity, but I guess it may save some jobs for a while.”
    Let’s hope you’re wrong – if the guys working there have any knowledge they will find new jobs. No investor really deserves to get ripped off.
    Funny that Marc keeps on shouting “Shannon is dead”!

  • xG Team
    November 2, 2009 at 10:51 am

    Rich,
    You have a standing invitation to visit our lab to evaluate our gear using any test equipment that you choose. We will do whatever we can to make ourselves available to you.
    Sincerely,
    xG Team

  • PaleRider3
    November 2, 2009 at 11:38 am

    “You have a standing invitation to visit our lab to evaluate our gear using any test equipment that you choose. We will do whatever we can to make ourselves available to you.
    Sincerely,
    xG Team”
    Ha, I knew it all along that xG directors have been reading/posting to xG forums.

  • PaleRider3
    November 2, 2009 at 11:49 am

    “But I simply can’t believe they’re actively attempting to violate Shannon.”
    What I was implying Bart is that the engineering group has to do whatever J.B. wants even if it doesn’t make sound engineering sense, because of the fear of losing their jobs. A prime example is Tony Rodriguez (hardware manager) who was fired last December, because he voiced his technical opinion too much.

  • Backbooner
    November 2, 2009 at 12:26 pm

    I’ve been right about everything. Can’t understand why you’re shouting like a 5-year-old

  • PaleRider3
    November 2, 2009 at 1:45 pm

    “That´s right, Tony should have shut up and shoved that Motorola shit up his ass.”
    Well maybe if Joe B. would have listened to him that phone wouldn’t have gotten so hot that you could fry a freakin egg on top of it. BTW, I like my eggs over easy LOL!
    xG management never was too bright about anything other than scamming investors. Should you take the advice of a 20+ year Motorola veteran, or should you listen to a high school educated hillbilly hick? The answer should be quite obvious to even an absolute drooling moron.

  • chezhanson
    November 2, 2009 at 1:56 pm

    “Anon”? My name is Chez Hanson!
    You’re darned right it didn’t violate Shannon, which is why it didn’t work! It would have had to in order to meet the claims Joe Fraudier was making about the system.
    Besides, my POINT was, all that junk was abandoned in early 2008. The current products use none of it at all! Which is why they can at least make a SINGLE mobile phone call in a carefully orchestrated demo. They never came close to that with the “magic modulation” schemes.

  • Claude
    November 2, 2009 at 3:00 pm

    Why is everyone still talking about violating Shannon? That only applied to Joe “Fraud”ier’s “Flash” or “Single-cycle” or narrow pulse technologies, all of which were abandoned in early 2008.
    Because xG has never officially abandoned those wild, Shannon-violating claims. They drove up their valuation by hyping them to the hilt to naive investors and promoters like Marc. When they realized they were impossible, they had an ethical and legal duty to announce it and to fire the guy responsible (Joe). They never have.

  • claude
    November 2, 2009 at 3:13 pm

    Funny that Marc keeps on shouting “Shannon is dead”!
    Yeah. He must think that Shannon had the power to revoke his own rule if he wanted. This is what happens when you sleep through high school physics.
    Shannon hasn’t even been dead for a decade, but Isaac Newton died almost three centuries ago. Galileo, almost four. Marc should put his money where his mouth is and jump off a tall building.

  • Bart
    November 2, 2009 at 9:26 pm

    “xG Team” writes:
    “Rich, You have a standing invitation to visit our lab to evaluate our gear using any test equipment that you choose. We will do whatever we can to make ourselves available to you. Sincerely, xG Team”
    xG Team, welcome. Rather than inviting a journalist to come and perform tests on your system — tests he may not be qualified to perform, perhaps you could answer a few simple questions to possibly reduce or eliminate some of the rampant speculation you’ve no doubt read.
    According to Rich, he only saw your network transport a VoIP call. What is the bit rate of the codec you’re using for VoIP. If it’s variable bit rate, what is the range of bit rates?
    What is the maximum range you’ve made a VoIP call using your showcase system in Florida? The towers appear be arranged in a very small area. Handoffs tower to tower could be made without ever straying more than 1.5-2 miles from the nearest tower. Have you ever made a call from a distance of more than 2 miles from the nearest tower? Five miles? How far?
    I read somewhere that your system is spec’ed capable of 1 mbps per carrier, for a total of 18 mbps per base station. Is this correct? Have you successfully transmitted 1 mbps over a representative user distance of, say, 1-2 miles? Or has your only successful use of the showcase system to date been VoIP over very short ranges? What is the maximum bit rate and the maximum distance you’ve successfully demonstrated?
    Thanks for answering these questions.

  • Bart
    November 2, 2009 at 9:33 pm

    PaleRider3, do you have any idea what the substance of Rodriquez’s issue was?
    If he was fired for voicing valid technical objections to crackpot ideas, I fear there is no hope at all for xG.

  • Claude
    November 2, 2009 at 10:09 pm

    Bart, thanks for asking those questions. I’d like to add a few of my own:
    Does xG still stand behind the claims Joe Bobier made several years ago that xMax can operate with far less RF power than the alternative modulation schemes? If so, why? If not, why hasn’t xG officially retracted those claims?
    If xG no longer asserts these claims, does xG still claim any advantages for xMax over existing and proposed cellular technologies in the GSM and CDMA families?
    Since xMax operates as an unlicensed system under FCC Part 15.247, what advantages if any does xG still claim xMax has over the various forms of WiFi that also operate under those rules, e.g., IEEE 802.11g and 802.11n?

  • Swede
    November 3, 2009 at 4:14 am

    So if XMAX is only as good as GSM or CDMA, how can it do it cheaper?

  • Swede
    November 3, 2009 at 8:23 am

    So with that logic, one could take a European GSM base station, which runs on the unlicensed 900 MHz band. Build a network from the ground up in te US. and voila´you have a network with no legacy payments or equipment write downs.
    Would that work, or are there some differences after all?
    And what services are there more than just simple voice? And where can we see that now?

  • Backbooner
    November 3, 2009 at 8:30 am

    $0.1 here we come!

  • Swede
    November 3, 2009 at 8:43 am

    Well there are several models of base stations in GSM with less than 1 W output power. In fact, all basestations have a power settning, much like a dimmer on a light bulb. only it is controlled by software..
    So no problem there.

  • Swede
    November 3, 2009 at 9:06 am

    I guess one could bring it on, but there is one small problem.
    When one deploys 1 W base stations, the range is so low, because of propagation and noise levels.
    This results in a need for very many base stations.
    Very many base stations mean more hardware to buy and install, mor rent to pay, and more back haul from the base stations to the internet or the rest of the network.
    And, when one builds a network, the first thing needed is coverage, due to few customers, and later on one would add more capacity.
    And, for every decrease in power from the base stations, the coverage gets exponentially smaller.
    In short, one would need thousands of base stations, just to cover a small city. Florida would probably need in the order of 30-50 thousand base stations to be covered. Great for a manufacturer of equipment, not so much for the operator.
    If one looks at the typical operator, and this varies of course across the globe and the density of te population, the cost of the Network is less than a quarter, counting depreciation etc.
    The rest is rent, back haul, operation and mentenance, call centers, billing, etc etc.
    so even if someone GIVES away a network, the typical rate change for the consumers would not be affected by more than perhaps 25%.
    Seems the conclusion is that GSM does the same as xmax, albeit has a better track record. I mean, actually has a track record.
    Seemingly according to the previous poster,
    xg & GSM technically, are on par.
    commercially, they are on par
    what is then the reason to do this again? I fail to see the purpose?

  • puzzled
    November 3, 2009 at 11:12 am

    What I can´t understand is how these morons call Joe an idiot yet he on his own built something just as good as existing tech on the cheap.
    Built what, exactly?

  • PaleRider3
    November 3, 2009 at 3:08 pm

    “What I can´t understand is how these morons call Joe an idiot yet he on his own built something just as good as existing tech on the cheap.”
    Joe hasn’t built anything. Remember he only has a high school education. If anyone built anything at all, it was his engineering group, and that was only after they convinced him to steer way clear of his so-called “flash” modulation baloney. What xG has is no where near the sophistication or as good as existing cellular technologies. On the contrary, it’s quite far from it.

  • Bart
    November 3, 2009 at 7:50 pm

    “xG Team”, you do know that publicly inviting a *journalist* to come test your hardware while simultaneously failing to answer some geeks’ simple questions about your hardware doesn’t look too good.
    Come on. Here they are again:
    According to Rich, he only saw your network transport a VoIP call. What is the bit rate of the codec you’re using for VoIP. If it’s variable bit rate, what is the range of bit rates?
    What is the maximum range you’ve made a VoIP call using your showcase system in Florida? The towers appear be arranged in a very small area. Handoffs tower to tower could be made without ever straying more than 1.5-2 miles from the nearest tower. Have you ever made a call from a distance of more than 2 miles from the nearest tower? Five miles? How far?
    I read somewhere that your system is spec’ed capable of 1 mbps per carrier, for a total of 18 mbps per base station. Is this correct? Have you successfully transmitted 1 mbps over a representative user distance of, say, 1-2 miles? Or has your only successful use of the showcase system to date been VoIP over very short ranges? What is the maximum bit rate and the maximum distance you’ve successfully demonstrated?
    Does xG still stand behind the claims Joe Bobier made several years ago that xMax can operate with far less RF power than the alternative modulation schemes? If so, why? If not, why hasn’t xG officially retracted those claims?
    If xG no longer asserts these claims, does xG still claim any advantages for xMax over existing and proposed cellular technologies in the GSM and CDMA families?
    Since xMax operates as an unlicensed system under FCC Part 15.247, what advantages if any does xG still claim xMax has over the various forms of WiFi that also operate under those rules, e.g., IEEE 802.11g and 802.11n?

  • chezhanson
    November 6, 2009 at 5:18 pm

    What happened to the last 3 days’ comments? It was finally getting to be an interesting discussion.

  • cram
    November 6, 2009 at 5:25 pm

    I agree, it was getting interesting. Annoying. I have copies of all except the ones I made…

  • Bart
    November 6, 2009 at 6:15 pm

    I would guess that Rich was being harassed and/or threatened.
    Recall when Okey had his blog active. A certain person posted numerous threats against Okey and his son (and was apparently emailing the threats as well). He then started posting all sorts of bizarre explicit orgy stories about the Volusia County Council, while simultaneously emailing the members of the council to complain about the obscenity, hoping they would force the host to take down the blog. The blog ultimately went down.
    This guy will go to great lengths to stifle any discussion about the company or its products.

  • cram
    November 6, 2009 at 7:46 pm

    I would guess that Rich was being harassed and/or threatened.
    Wouldn’t surprise me at all.
    This guy will go to great lengths to stifle any discussion about the company or its products.
    Yeah. Annoying.

  • Rich Tehrani
    November 6, 2009 at 10:29 pm

    Hi all, no one is bothering or harassing me. I explained earlier that I took down all the comments with racial comments and/or profanity. This includes user names which were chosen with profanity in them. I understand that this is a passionate topic but I also want to ensure there is an atmosphere which is educational and informative and non-abusive — although I am taking a considerable beating in some of these comments myself.
    Thanks in advance for your understanding.

  • anon
    November 7, 2009 at 12:48 am

    http://sip-trunking.tmcnet.com/topics/enterprise-voip/articles/68414-xg-technologys-xmax-mobile-technology-ushers-use-free.htm
    I think it´s great you have your info from FCC pics where the important bits were ruled confidential.
    Chez, you and Cram sound like the two cartoon magpies, Heckle and Jeckyll on Acid…really funny stuff.
    I feel sorry for the hangers on for 3 years obsessed with xG and its investors. I think the self stimulation is over for you guys.

  • anon
    November 7, 2009 at 1:01 am

    Ahahahahha Bart worrying about xG looking good.
    The last 5 posts or so had to be written while on some type of hallucination.
    Okey? Are you stoned?

  • anon
    November 7, 2009 at 1:43 am

    Dummy Chez, Bart and the other idiot…DURHERHEHERHERHERHER…I thought someone was threatening Rich. Oh, that´s right, Rich is lying too…the only “people” that really know what´s going on is you 3 moronic plagues.
    When is the triple suicide?

  • anon
    November 7, 2009 at 1:44 am

    Dummy Chez, Bart and the other idiot…DURHERHEHERHERHERHER…I thought someone was threatening Rich. Oh, that´s right, Rich is lying too…the only “people” that really know what´s going on is you 3 moronic plagues.
    When is the triple suicide?
    What is most funny is you absolute morons are the ones harassing Rich.
    Can you be any more clueless, Chez, Bart, and the other anon blight?

  • Bart
    November 7, 2009 at 4:47 am

    Rich,
    What was offensive or racist about the discussion about the mechanics of the system and systems like it? None of this talk about filter types, peak to average power ratios, forward error correction, etc., and speculation identified as speculation struck me as offensive or racist. Why did you remove those postings? I, for one, found them quite educational, informative, and non-abusive.

  • Backbooner
    November 7, 2009 at 5:14 am

    Looking how much TMC is writing about xG doesn’t make sense considering it’s a non-existent company with a non-existing technology. Also remember Rich never commented on the fact xG is using his article as main and only argument to sell innocent investors new shares and he doesn’t seem to have taken the time to review xG’s passed press releases and claims. Personally I think it doesn’t look good but that’s my very on personal opinion.

  • cram
    November 7, 2009 at 6:49 am

    Rich, you deleted a lot more than just the usual offensive stuff; everything from the past several days is gone, including some detailed technical discussions. Was this intentional?

  • cram
    November 7, 2009 at 7:05 am

    I think it´s great you have your info from FCC pics where the important bits were ruled confidential.
    It’s amazing what you can figure out when you actually know something about the field in question. It’s not all magic, you know.

  • Rich Tehrani
    November 7, 2009 at 9:01 am

    Rich, you deleted a lot more than just the usual offensive stuff; everything from the past several days is gone, including some detailed technical discussions. Was this intentional?
    No

  • anon
    November 7, 2009 at 1:36 pm

    Sorry pal, you know nothing.

  • chezhanson
    November 7, 2009 at 3:56 pm

    Wrong as usual Marc.
    The photos, the waveforms, the test results, and the BSN250 spec sheet combined reveal most of what you need to know.
    Those photos reveal all of the IC’s being used, which is all there is to it as far as the capability of the hardware. The ONLY thing the FCC will allow you to protect are schematics and theory of operation, and knowledgeable people can infer the architecture from the IC’s themselves, all of which are industry standard parts.
    And by the way, those are NOT my only sources of information! But they are all anyone in this field would need, because what xG are doing now is trivial.
    Also, I did not harass Rich, I merely asked why certain posts were deleted. He has since told us it was unintentional.

  • cram
    November 7, 2009 at 7:16 pm

    because what xG are doing now is trivial.
    Yes. One really wonders why they are reinventing the wheel. What’s wrong with the many modulation methods already designed for this exact application?
    It really is hard to avoid concluding that this is all show for the investors who don’t know better. Like Marc.

  • Backbooner
    November 8, 2009 at 12:30 am

    “It really is hard to avoid concluding that this is all show for the investors who don’t know better. Like Marc.”
    ……..AND for naive journalists who don’t know better

  • anon
    November 8, 2009 at 2:17 am

    Wrong again Chez, why in the world would xG ask for confidentiality and get it while the important bits are shown. Why are all 4 anti xG´ers retarded? Keep sucking Chez.

  • Backbooner
    November 8, 2009 at 2:21 am

    Why has the stock gone from $18 to $0.25?

  • anon
    November 8, 2009 at 2:46 am

    Why did the stock go from .25 to 18?
    It´s headed to over 20 again.

  • anon
    November 8, 2009 at 3:08 am

    http://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/2009/10/27/4447440.htm
    xG Can Do.
    Anti xG wannabe´s making complete idiots out of themselves for three years in a row…”can do”.
    LOL
    Personally, I love the obsessive behavior you 4 mutts show every day when it comes to xG and me. I talk to people all the time that laugh their asses off at you morons. Yeah, the FCC docs show all, even though the company applied for and received confidentiality. Too much.

  • Backbooner
    November 8, 2009 at 3:08 am

    We’ve gone through that a number of times but let me repeat it:
    – xG making claims their technology violates physical laws
    – Lying about customers
    – Lying about partners
    – Lying about roll-out and launch
    – Lying about pretty much everything
    – Boiler room hacks promoting the stock
    That sums the story up why it went from 0.25 to 18

  • anon
    November 8, 2009 at 3:10 am

    Donger, that doesn´t make the cash any less green, bro.
    You´re a dumb Nip, no?

  • anon
    November 8, 2009 at 3:11 am

    Donger, that doesn´t make the cash any less green.
    Let´s see, .25 to 18, that´s quite a big move, loser.

  • Backbooner
    November 8, 2009 at 3:13 am

    xG has nothing and the the lawsuit just tells how desperate people are getting to re-claim some money. Lawsuits and trials, here we go!

  • anon
    November 8, 2009 at 11:05 am

    What lawsuits, slanty?

  • anon
    November 8, 2009 at 12:33 pm

    Hey Chez, Bart and Ugly, check this out!
    Ex-employees say Bobier is a genius
    Ex-employees say Bobier is a genius
    Ex-employees say Bobier is a genius
    Ex-employees say Bobier is a genius
    Ex-employees say Bobier is a genius
    Which of you absolute losers has had any employees at all, other than your Mama cleaning your basement one bedroom, forgetting about how many of you were called a genius by them, again, other than your respective Mamas?
    That´s what I thought…jackasses.

  • chezhanson
    November 8, 2009 at 2:22 pm

    “Ex-employees say Bobier is a genius
    Ex-employees say Bobier is a genius
    Ex-employees say Bobier is a genius
    Ex-employees say Bobier is a genius
    Ex-employees say Bobier is a genius”
    Wrong.
    Wrong.
    Wrong.
    Wrong.
    Wrong.
    a genius at lying to investors only.
    Not ONE ENGINEERING ex-employee and NOT ONE CURRENT EMPLOYEE OF ANY TYPE says that. They SAY EXACTLY THE OPPOSITE. HE IS A TOTAL FRAUD.
    Ask any engineering employee (current or ex) and here is what they say : “After your first in-depth technical conversation with Joe you see the “deer in the headlights” look and you realize he has NO idea what you’re talking about” One former ex-employee even said that Joe TOLD him as much! Joe actually said “I have no idea what you’ve been talking about for the last 10 minutes”.
    THAT is what ex-employees say about Joe.

  • Ethan
    November 8, 2009 at 2:32 pm

    The lawsuit must be Treco v. Kromka: http://dockets.justia.com/docket/court-flsdce/case_no-1:2009cv22987/case_id-344282/

  • chezhanson
    November 8, 2009 at 2:40 pm

    And to answer your other question Marc, the department I run alone has more employees than all of xG and we develop successful PROFITABLE technology without having to snow investors, which is what irks me the most about xG and why I even bother to post about it.
    I actually applaud the legitimate engineers of xG and Cambridge for producing an IP-backhaulled Basestation and handset, from the ground up in spite of Joe. It was no small feat to get it working to whatever degree it has so far. The most interesting thing about it

  • chezhanson
    November 8, 2009 at 2:44 pm

    (continued)
    The most interesting thing about it is that nothing worked until Cambridge came along and designed a reasonable if not spectacular wireless protocol.

  • cram
    November 8, 2009 at 6:27 pm

    What’s the Treco v. Kromka case about? (I don’t have PACER).

  • anon
    November 9, 2009 at 12:49 am

    Chez, you lying bitter bastard, lol…I can find at least 2 instances where ex employees publicly state Joe Bobier is a genius…I can also find at least 2 public statements that say anti xG´ers are the dumbest people alive. You´re a jealous guy, chez, it´s going to kill you in the end.

  • anon
    November 9, 2009 at 12:53 am

    the department I run
    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL, Chez, that´s the most pathetic admission I´ve ever heard…you run a department?
    I ran a department too, when I was 23. LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL, how pathetic. Hey Chez, how old are you? Running a department, you have to be what,26?
    You should have your fingers chopped off simply for your audacity to comment on Joe and xG. They run total rings around you… Yeah Cambridge developed the protocol, and just gave the credit to xG, right? Moron.

  • anon
    November 9, 2009 at 12:59 am

    LOLOLOLOLOL, Chez ya dummy, Joe doesn´t speak well to common dreg wireless engineers. Who gives a crap about what some brainless “engineer” says…more likely Joe said to the guy that he has no TIME to listen to nonsense and in the same breath told him to get the hell out of his lab. Waaaaaaaaah, Chez, you are very very bitter.

  • anon
    November 9, 2009 at 1:00 am

    I know all about the lawsuit, I was messing around with slanty. You don´t have pacer or you don´t have the brains enough to figure out how to get the doc?

  • Backbooner
    November 9, 2009 at 1:01 am

    Joe Bobier is part of xG’s management and consequently he hasn’t delivered anything for three years but taking the investors’ money.

  • anon
    November 9, 2009 at 1:17 am

    Hasn´t delivered anything? Without him taking so much time, we would never have gotten to know the slanty, the disgusting geek and the other 2 anon geniuses.

  • Backbooner
    November 9, 2009 at 1:23 am

    I’m glad you got to know us. It’s a pity the innocent investors didn’t do that before putting money in to this scam

  • anon
    November 9, 2009 at 1:34 am

    Yeah, I´m glad I got to know you too. Without losers like you there wouldn´t be winners like me.
    Bro, why would you want to stop people from making thousands of percent profit? I thought you were a buddhist?

  • Backbooner
    November 9, 2009 at 1:45 am

    Now everyone is warned and if xG can fool another investor that investor will have to blame himself as all the info is out there.
    Regarding the lawsuit it’s fun reading and verifies everyone involved in xG are rather dumb. The only really interesting part is when Mooers almost shits his pants when Kromka demands an external due diligence of xG.

  • anon
    November 9, 2009 at 1:48 am

    Really, Slanty…I think it´s hilarious a gook ricepicker comments on Rick Mooers.

  • anon
    November 9, 2009 at 1:58 am

    You know what I like, slanty…200 Billion Dollars.
    BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA….Gook, it would take you and your family 10,000 years to make something worth 200 Billion.
    What a bunch of suckers you 4 idiots are.

  • Backbooner
    November 9, 2009 at 2:07 am

    MOAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA – ok, I can’t stop laughing reading that lawsuit. Let’s see here:
    – Mooers shits his pants when Kromka asks for an external due diligence
    – Some, not very smart, person, emails another, also not very smart, person saying that Skype is a perfect match to xG (Desperation or stupidity?)
    – Some highly intelligent individual says that xG could be worth $200 billion, yes it’s correct. I wonder from where you get those numbers when the SP is at $0.25. You’re either dumb or on speed.
    And it goes on and on and sometimes it’s like a James Bond story with espionage, change of locks and codes, secretly held meetings. What’s fun is that this is just the beginning, more lawsuits are coming up.

  • anon
    November 9, 2009 at 2:10 am

    All that happens when you have something worth a gazillion dollars, not when you have a rice field and a bunch of yellow slanties fighting over the last rice paddy.

  • Backbooner
    November 9, 2009 at 2:16 am

    “worth a gazillion dollars”???
    It’s valued at around $33 million – remember that’s $33 million too much

  • anon
    November 9, 2009 at 2:29 am

    Chez, you know what I love about you 4 guys…you are all nobodies commenting on somebodies. I love that.

  • cram
    November 9, 2009 at 2:29 am

    Bro, why would you want to stop people from making thousands of percent profit?
    I have no problem with someone making lots of money from an honest-to-goodness breakthrough invention that actually works as advertised and benefits the investors who funded it and the people who buy and use it. That’s how the system is supposed to work.
    I have a very big problem with someone who takes a bundle of money from his investors and customers in return for false promises and a useless bill of goods.
    The government makes this distinction too. They call it “fraud”.

  • anon
    November 9, 2009 at 3:54 am

    But when Shannon presented his famous capacity
    equation, he ignored the difference between signal bandwidth and noise bandwidthBut when Shannon presented his famous capacity
    equation, he ignored the difference between signal bandwidth and noise bandwidthBut when Shannon presented his famous capacity
    equation, he ignored the difference between signal bandwidth and noise bandwidthBut when Shannon presented his famous capacity
    equation, he ignored the difference between signal bandwidth and noise bandwidth
    Probably because he was a drunken Irishman.
    Oh, I have more. I can hear 3 geek heads exploding.
    This is what happens when you pay for good info.

  • Bart
    November 9, 2009 at 7:17 am

    “This is what happens when you pay for good info.”
    When the people selling you that info are the same ones after your investment money, the info tends to be a little “slanted”.

  • bartyoudummy
    November 9, 2009 at 7:27 am

    bart you anon dreg, do you even know what you meant by that?

  • cram
    November 9, 2009 at 8:30 am

    But when Shannon presented his famous capacity
    equation, he ignored the difference between signal bandwidth and noise bandwidth
    And the relevance of this is….what, exactly? That you can’t control the repeat function on your keyboard?

  • Exactly
    November 9, 2009 at 8:38 am

    My point is Shannon was a half wit who had you do nothings fooled for so many years. Thou shalt have no false gods, geeks.

  • cram
    November 9, 2009 at 8:40 am

    This stuff about “noise bandwidth” sounds suspiciously like Hal Walker of “ultra narrowband” VMSK fame and his equally clueless friends. He’s been going on about noise bandwidth for at least a decade, demonstrating brilliantly how one can get meaningless results by choosing incorrect or inapplicable definitions.

  • chezhanson
    November 9, 2009 at 11:42 am

    Wow, Marc – you are insanely stupid and a hopeless liar.
    YOU my friend are the bitter one. YOU never ran a LEGITIMATE department. CERTAINLY not an ENGINEERING department as you don’t have 1% of the intelligence required to do so. My department alone makes infinitely more money than xG (since anything divided by zero is infinity). The revenue and “profit” they report are totally bogus since they have never shipped a product. It was basically an investment from Treco disguised as revenue.
    You post 10 times more than anyone, never ONCE making a valid statement, always resorting to name calling, which is the sign of a desperate, ignorant man. You openly display your ignorance (like all of your comments regarding Shannon) and seem completely unaware of it.
    And the fact that you call Phil Karn multiple times a night, often at 4 or 5 AM his time, for YEARS now and spew random meaningless profanity into his phone paints the perfect picture of exactly who you are. YOU my friend are the nobody, with nothing better to do.
    And the comments I have made regarding Cambridge and xG are all based on firsthand knowledge, so you can rant all you like, but that won’t change the truth.
    And THAT is my final word on the subject, because I DO have better things to do. To any potential investor out there, stay away from this company, or at least do extensive technical due diligence. You will find nothing of value.

  • Backbooner
    November 9, 2009 at 12:03 pm

    Well said Chezhanson or as I have put it for years now: xG is a joke!

  • Backbooner
    November 9, 2009 at 1:50 pm

    Why was this one deleted?
    “Bro, why would you want to stop people from making thousands of percent profit?
    I have no problem with someone making lots of money from an honest-to-goodness breakthrough invention that actually works as advertised and benefits the investors who funded it and the people who buy and use it. That’s how the system is supposed to work.
    I have a very big problem with someone who takes a bundle of money from his investors and customers in return for false promises and a useless bill of goods.
    The government makes this distinction too. They call it “fraud”.
    Author: cram”

  • Backbooner
    November 9, 2009 at 3:01 pm

    Wow, you chatted with a guy in Florida who says xG is worth 40 times the market cap of QCOM. Well, is QCOM market cap $10 million today or what did I miss? Maybe you’re in the middle of a dream. I guess a guy in an email saying xG could be worth $200 billion is true as well then.
    Yesterday I wrote an email to a business partner and I said my business was worth approx $470 billion. Wow, I’m really rich – how cool isn’t that?
    Man, don’t you see how sick you are?

  • chezhanson
    November 9, 2009 at 8:30 pm

    “Fired”? “anon jilted engineer”? I’ve never been fired in my life! My career has been impeccable. Where did you get that one from? As I’ve said before, my name is Chez Hanson, so no anonymity whatsoever. You’ve never caught me at anything, as everything I said is factual, and everything you’ve said is dead wrong (more likely a lie, typical for a boiler room hack like you). xG makes no difference to me whatsoever as I have never had any dealings with them directly or indirectly and their business is no threat to mine whatsoever, whether they fail or succeed. I simply hate to see people suckered into throwing good money after bad. “You´re a drone, pal. You never did anything on your own, you never owned anything, you´re a worthless droid. ” Now I REALLY don’t know what you’re talking about, as this comment is further from the truth than any comment you have made. You obviously have no idea who I am, which is fine with me. “the company you have obsessed about for 3 years” Er, just look up and you will see my first post was Nov. 2nd. I hadn’t heard of them 3 years ago. You are truly insane! Not surprisingly, the more you post the more you prove me right. You are as transparent as Saran Wrap. You are your own worst enemy. Not that anyone actually cares. No retort to your years-long late-night phone harassment of Phil Karn, huh? Didn’t think so. I hope he keeps good records. He’ll have an outstanding harassment case against you. OK, I’m now done with you, little man.

  • chezhanson
    November 9, 2009 at 8:51 pm

    Just a postscript for you, Marc-
    I have never been fired or “jilted” by anyone, and I never worked for xG if that’s what you’re implying. From what I hear, the engineers that left xG a while ago quit. I’m not aware of any engineers having been fired.

  • cram
    November 9, 2009 at 10:08 pm

    Something tells me that “exactly” couldn’t even begin to explain Shannon’s work in his own words. But if he truly believes that the work of a scientist/mathematician like Shannon became obsolete with his passing in 2001, I would again remind him that Isaac Newton died in 1727 and Galileo Galilei died in 1642 so their theories of gravity should be even more thoroughly obsolete by now and Marc should go jump off a tall building and prove it.
    After all, no less brilliant a mind than Einstein showed that Newton wasn’t quite right.

  • Backbooner
    November 9, 2009 at 11:41 pm

    Why is xG still around? When will it close down? Should be any day now.

  • chezhanson
    November 10, 2009 at 1:04 am

    No, Marc the moron, I said my knowledge was BASED on firsthand knowledge, not that it was mine. As for who I work for, I explained that in a previous post. I am a director of a department in a legitimate company that designs and manufactures profitable, legitimate technology. Hardly my papa’s deli, which would still be more successful than either you or xG.
    “Wannabe”? No that would describe you and Joe. I’ve been responsible for shipping successful, profitable products for close to four decades. Joe has yet to ship anything or generate a dime of legitimate revenue, let alone profit.
    I’ve seen Karn’s xG website (and his analysis is spot on). I didn’t know he had one dedicated to YOU.

  • Backbooner
    November 10, 2009 at 1:28 am

    Marc, you say the company is worth a trillion dollar.when I multiply xG’s share price with number of shares I get $34 million. that’s not a trillion. $34 is still a lot though for a company that has nothing, no money and a management of liars. It’s still $0.25 to be made here

  • Backbooner
    November 10, 2009 at 1:36 am

    But you’re saying that xG will be worth a trillion dollars in a not too distant future?

  • Backbooner
    November 10, 2009 at 1:47 am

    7 years? But wasn’t xG going to do the fastest and biggest roll out in history? Sorry, that’s what they said two years ago and they didn’t have a product by then. Now they still have no product, they’ve run out of money, lawsuit are coming in, everyone knows the management is a bunch of liars, no one is publicly supporting the company, no one wants to come near it……but in seven years you say it will be worth one trillion dollars. That’s interesting
    Now I know, you have finally shortened the stock and that’s why you’re acting like you do on these message boards. I hope you’re short a lot because you will make money, that’s for sure

  • Backbooner
    November 10, 2009 at 2:04 am

    How disappointed will you be if xG happens to file for bankruptcy before reaching that valuation?

  • Bart
    November 10, 2009 at 6:25 am

    “How disappointed will you be if xG happens to file for bankruptcy before reaching that valuation?”
    xG won’t file for bankruptcy. They’ll quietly let everyone go, they’ll shut off the lights, M&B&B will lay low fer a while, then they’ll pop up with a “new” miracle modulation scheme that will turn the wireless world on its head.
    You can’t keep a good scam down. They did it with iDigi, and now xG has run its course. There’ll be another, of that you can be sure.

  • Swede
    November 10, 2009 at 9:33 am

    Marc, are you angry?
    Can you explain to me (without profanity or asking my motives, ‘coz they are irrelevant) how xG will make money?
    I frankly don’t understand.
    I’ll explain why:
    1. They say they can make the cheapest base station ever. Great. But then they say they will deliver the lowest cost network. Ok, that means cheap base stations, but not higher margins than anyone else. So, cheap base stations or high margin? which is it?
    2. They say they will also make money per month on their operators?? if they sell the equipment, how will they make money again on it? double dipping is not so popular with customers.
    3. If the tech is no better than GSM (as you previously admitted in the posts above) how can they be cheaper?
    brgds
    Swede with no motives either way.

  • chezhanson
    November 10, 2009 at 9:37 am

    Just as I suspected, Marc – not one sensible response to anything I said. Nothing but sour grapes from you, and all of your responses to Backbooner are equally moronic, and openly display your total ignorance of technology. That alone would be a great reason for you not to INVEST in speculative technology, and with every ignorant post you openly display your desperation.
    My information, on the other hand is 100% reliable, DOCUMENTED, up-to-date, and corroborated by multiple, independent parties. And PLEASE don’t use the words “fired” or “disgruntled” as neither term applies.

  • Swede
    November 10, 2009 at 9:49 am

    Interesting with some numbers!
    So there is a difference between GSM and xG then?
    So GSM needs 40 and xG needs one? is that the difference? If so, then there IS a major reason to invest. But before i do. i would like to know how they do that, and any proof that they can do that. So far i haven’t seen that proof.
    Please briefly explain how to cover 1.4 million with 10MUSD with xg vs with GSM.

  • cram
    November 10, 2009 at 9:50 am

    I´ve tried to call Phil a hundred times but he´s a gutless moron, and he never said a word to me.
    Au contraire. I have it on pretty good authority that he asked you to stop calling, and he reminded you that telephone harassment is still a federal crime.

  • chezhanson
    November 10, 2009 at 10:28 am

    “you are claiming Cambridge invented some new tech and credited xG with it.”
    No I said they designed the current protocol which replaced the Flash nonsense. That is not inventing a new tech, that is designing a proprietary protocol with reasonable if not spectacular performance, all based on standard, somewhat dated technology. As for “credit”, they are a contract house. They design what you ask them to and whatever they design becomes your property.
    “The writer of this blog was in a working network.”
    Correct. We all saw the videos and the coverage map. It proved only one thing: that xG had finally put together a system that could make ONE phone call and hand off between a few basestations in a carefully orchestrated demo. They never came close to that with the single cycle or OOK stuff.
    Unfortunately, that video was a double-edged sword. It also proved the limited and unspectacular range and performance of that system, and the fact that what they have after all these years are a few primitive prototypes that are at least a year away from any commercialization.
    Had they taken one wrong turn on that car trip, or gotten out of the car and walked into a building, the article would have been written quite differently. Not surprisingly, their testing since has been riddled with interference and coverage issues. And they haven’t even begun to add any significant amount of traffic, so they aren’t even dealing with self-interference yet.
    “xG can do on one watt what it takes GSM to do on 40.”
    Completely baseless. GSM uses power control and does not simply transmit at 40 Watts. At equal power, xG’s link actually has about 15% less range (which is probably based on implementation issues. The signal is wider in bandwidth, so at equal power, they should have slightly higher bit energy), and cannot increase power to overcome obstacles. They also can’t use standard bidirectional amplifiers to improve in-building coverage since they are not full duplex.
    They use the entire spectrum, so they cannot stack basestations to increase capacity. They can increase the order of modulation, but that will reduce their range even further.
    Finally, the basic issue remains: If you don’t own the spectrum, you cannot guarantee service. That is what their current testing is showing them (not that the legitimate engineers there didn’t know that all along). The only way to tackle that problem in unlicensed spectrum would be to use something like OFDM and add significant diversity so that redundant data bits are spread all over the spectrum. Even then, it would not be as reliable as private spectrum.

  • Swede
    November 10, 2009 at 11:14 am

    Why does GSM pay for Spectrum?
    to guarantee Quality of Service.
    If one cannot guarantee the quality of voice, compared to the fixed lines (POTS) then mobile telephony would be nowehere near as popular is it is today, where people choose to ditch their fixed lines altogether.
    However, you are comparing to technologies that are actually deployed. XG is not.
    And a few small things are left untouched. Coverage does not mean people can actually use the phones.
    You need three things:
    1. Coverage. that is when you have some bars on your screen
    2. Quality of service, this means you can hold a call and not drop it.
    3. Capacity. needed to ensure you can add users without losing the first two.
    I fail to see how XG addresses these.
    Perhaps Marc can enlighten me?

  • Backbooner
    November 10, 2009 at 11:43 am

    “uglyphilkarn”, you’re a pathetic boiler room hack holding shares in a company that has crashed and that is out of money and has no product. I wonder who’s a nobody……..

  • chezhanson
    November 10, 2009 at 1:04 pm

    Marc, you are once again wrong on every single response.
    Prove it to who? You? I have already proven it to people that matter, and the people inside xG know that every single thing I’ve said is spot on. You don’t even need any inside information to know that they can’t use standard bidirectional amplifiers! They transmit and receive on the same frequency, making that impossible, so once again you openly display your technical ignorance.
    “if GSM could do what xG does, why do they pay for spectrum???”
    This is quite possibly the stupidest and most revealing question you have ever asked. They pay for it so that they can CONTROL it, use whatever power is necessary to overcome obstacles and shadowing, and reliably deliver carrier grade service without outside interference. That will never be able to be guaranteed in shared spectrum no matter what you do. So on a loaded system, you will have clicks, pops, holes in audio, and dropped calls at a higher and less predictable rate. How many subscribers do you think will put up with that at any price point?
    AND there’s TONS of licensed spectrum and VERY LIMITED useful unlicensed spectrum. The amount of unlicensed spectrum is so limited that even if xG HAD a solution, they wouldn’t be able to roll out enough of it to serve as many customers as, say, Verizon. The sheer stupidity of a company to not even realize such a simple and basic fact as this is mind-boggling! 284 calls per base station in Manhattan, with the amount of interference and multipath in Manhattan? Good luck. I don’t need to run a simulation to figure that one out!

  • chezhanson
    November 10, 2009 at 3:15 pm

    Wow, Marc, you are relentlessly ignorant and either totally unaware of it or don’t care because you are so desperate to pump up your favorite stock. Over half a million shares traded today, all under 30 cents a share.
    As for proof, what form would you like it in? It’s all technical in nature, and you clearly lack the capacity to understand it. And based on your hopelessly ignorant responses to my recent posts, you would “shoot down” anything I provided anyway with your nonsensical blatherings, because that’s what you do. You would never acknowledge any proof from anyone, no matter what form it came in. So what good would it do? It’s a pointless exercise. I also don’t intend to risk publicly identifying my sources, who wish to remain anonymous.
    Oh, and I read the email on Karn’s website, and that is a perfect example of what I am talking about! Your counters to his points are pure garbage! You have NO idea what you’re talking about! Now if you honestly thought your arguments made sense, why would you care if he posted that email? I mean, there’s nothing in that email you haven’t said publicly anyway, so what’s the difference? Either way, it does not justify your interminable late-night calls where all you do is spew profanity. Like I said before, it paints a perfect picture of exactly who you are: A nobody with nothing better to do.
    So go ahead, call me names, call me a liar, and counter my valid points with your nonsense. Anyone with any sense reading your rants knows that you just spew garbage in order to protect your investment.
    As for Phil Karn, he’s sort of a folk hero at xG anyway, since they know what’s up and that he was right all along. However, it hasn’t even been relevant since early 2008, because that’s when the new system and the new protocol development began. It’s been a moot point ever since. Nearly two years arguing over something that wasn’t even being worked on, what a waste of time.

  • cram
    November 10, 2009 at 4:13 pm

    I’ve been tolerating Marc’s blatherings, rants and abuses for well over two years now and I still can’t figure the guy out. He’s absolutely shameless. He doesn’t seem to care if the entire world thinks he’s a jerk. In fact, he works very hard to ensure it.
    One would think that someone in the business of investing and managing other people’s money would care a very great deal about their name and reputation. Not Marc.
    It just doesn’t make sense. This guy must be out to sabotage xG by associating it with the most odious personality he can possibly create. He must have a big short position that’s doing quite well.

  • Backbooner
    November 10, 2009 at 5:14 pm

    It’s obvious that Marc is short xG and has been for a while. What confuses me is that he’s still around as I would have thought he had covered his short position in the trades that have taken place over the past weeks. Maybe though his short position is huge and and exceeds the number of shares traded. The rationale behind that thinking is that no sane investor would enter an outright long position in xG now and the only possible buyer is someone who is short the stock.

  • cram
    November 10, 2009 at 6:02 pm

    It’s obvious that Marc is short xG and has been for a while.
    Yeah, that makes sense. You’re right, after such a steep tumble you won’t make much more by holding an existing short position any longer.
    But he could be expanding his short position, planning to holding it open until the company goes bankrupt. (Do short positions automatically close when that happens?)
    I see a big problem with this strategy: finding someone stupid enough to buy your borrowed shares! I don’t know if the AIM has an “uptick” rule like the one in US markets that was repealed and reinstated (I think). But if it does, that could also make it very difficult to establish a short position in XGT right now.

  • Bart
    November 10, 2009 at 6:51 pm

    Wrong, wrong, and wrong.
    Marc is long to the tune of one million shares. In return for his stock boiler room promotion services, M&B cut him a “deal” just before listing on AIM and sold him a million restricted shares at a discount to the listing price (how much he paid he won’t say, but at times he has claimed he’s invested as much as $3 million). His shares remained restricted all during the pump to 18 and the collapse of the share price and they went seriously underwater before the restriction was lifted, so he was never able to sell at a profit. At one point he even formed a company called FlashComm and tried to sell shares in that, using his XGT shares as collateral, but nobody bought.
    He used to be merely obnoxious. But once he realized he’s out a *huge* chunk of change (I’ve heard he’s highly leveraged) he suffered what could be called a psychotic break. The money he has wrapped up in XGT is way more than his net worth (he’s a stock boiler room hack) so he’s living on borrowed time. He simply can’t accept reality, so his mind has created its own reality. In his mind he is the king of all investors, xG is a thriving company and xMax is the future of wireless, XGT makes him loads of money, his holdings will make him richer than Bill Gates in a few years, and anybody who disagrees with him on any point whatsoever is mentally ill. His own private reality is all that keeps him from eating a barrel. It’s only a matter of time.
    If he hadn’t started off so obnoxious and offensive, I would truly feel sorry for him. Mental illness sucks, and nobody should have to suffer. But in Marc’s case I make an exception and take great joy in watching his psyche shatter into little pieces.
    Karma’s a bitch.

  • Swede
    November 11, 2009 at 12:59 am

    Marc,
    Just so you know, spectrum was only sold in some countries, it was, such as in Sweden, awarded as part of a buety contest and a promise to cover certain areas of the country.
    This, means spectrum was FREE.
    No huge spectrum costs.
    I would still like to understand how you can come to the 10 MUSD price tag vs 40 times higher with GSM. Or was that including buying spectrum for 399 MUSD for the GSM piece? 🙂
    Another question:
    if XG had one single customer buying and deploying this, there could be some sort of evidence of a real product, and that it works. What is the reason xg does not have any customers and all previous “customers” have fallen by the wayside? are they also idiots?
    And at last, I have to ask, do you value human beings differently according to their assets? are you actually saying that some people are idiots because you find them unattractive or poor, or are they just idiots because they do not agree with you? How well does that kind of behavior
    work in real life with face to face discussions?
    Do you have friends? what if they disagree with you? do you start the name calling? usually not the best trick in the book for making friends.

  • Backbooner
    November 12, 2009 at 1:51 am

    Uhu, I believe someone is grumpy today.
    I got a radio interview sent to me yesterday made by this Swedish on-line news site realtid.se. The reporter is interviewing what I think is the sales director at xG. It’s a very funny interview and listen to when he talks about sales, customers and nation wide launch it makes me wonder if I should laugh or throw up. The reporter also asks about why nothing yet has happened as xG’s investor relations director Jonas Krepper some time ago had said xG would announce a nation wide partner and roll-out “happening soon”. They xG guy is choking when he gets that question :-D. The xG guy is also not very smart as he happily claims that Mats Wennerberg, who is on xG’s board, has been working with Microsoft for 40 years 4 0 years, wow.
    You should all listen to it and you find it here:http://www.realtid.se/ArticlePages/200911/09/20091109190916_Realtid827/xgtechnology.mp3

  • Backbooner
    November 12, 2009 at 3:56 pm

    Marc has finally realised he was all wrong about xG and asked to have all his posts here removed. It took him years to understand – to me it was obvious from the beginning xG was nothing.

  • anon
    November 13, 2009 at 2:03 pm

    “You should all listen to it and you find it here:http://www.realtid.se/ArticlePages/200911/09/20091109190916_Realtid827/xgtechnology.mp3
    Backbooner, the xG spokesperson in this audio clip is “Chris Whiteley”. Remember he is the one that quit 1st quarter of 2008 and then came back to xG only recently. xG must have come to some kind of understanding concerning his stock options. He certainly doesn’t have any faith in the technology. It’s all about stock options.

  • anon
    November 13, 2009 at 2:34 pm

    I think it’s hilarious to hear how Chris stutters when being asked about the stock price, “uh uh uh uh I can’t comment on the stock price” LMAO.

  • anon
    November 14, 2009 at 8:24 pm

    Marc,
    You dumb bunny. How much faith do you put in Chris’s spill knowing that he left xG for almost year then comes back and spouts off that xG is the greatest thing that ever happened to telecommunications since Marconi?
    Please just rub two neurons together and make the connection okay pal?

  • cram
    November 15, 2009 at 8:13 am

    Marc keeps asking this same question over and over, and I think I know why. He’s quite simply a sociopath without a conscience. He sees absolutely nothing wrong with cheating investors out of their money by lying to them.
    He honestly thinks that anybody stupid enough to fall for such tricks is fair game, and he’s utterly unable to accept that anyone else could feel differently. So he assumes that people who object must have some hidden agenda, but he’s never been able to find it. And this drives him nuts.

  • Backbooner
    November 15, 2009 at 8:48 am

    There’ no agenda from anyone but you. Those who don’t like scams are on one side and those (the one) who does is on the other.
    Must admit it a lot of fun too to see you go bananas on different forums. Let’s see now how well M&B will sleep for the coming months – they’re not feeling very well and it won’t get better 😉

  • Backbooner
    November 15, 2009 at 9:40 am

    Bla bla bla, you’ve been saying the same thing for 3 years, day in and day out. I’m very sorry to tell you but:
    1. xG still has no product
    2. xG will never have anything they can sell and make money on
    I guess you will continue and we’ll look upon it as we’ve done for years: It’s comedy
    I will now await 2-3 post with abuse and racist attacks – go ahead please

  • cram
    November 15, 2009 at 9:40 am

    Almost like clockwork, within minutes of posting a comment, Phil gets yet another unsolicited haraassing phone call from Marc — at 5am local time. And Marc says he’s not obsessed?
    So, on goes the auto-answer modem. Marc calls only a few more times before once again he gets the message that there’s no point in trying to harass a $50 piece of silicon.
    He seems to be learning, though; in the past it has taken him 20-30 calls in a row to get that message.

  • Bart
    November 15, 2009 at 12:06 pm

    Surely by now you guys realize that Marc is sick and completely incapable of reason. Why even try countering him or discussing anything with him? You’re just giving him attention that he craves. Sure, he used to be a source of inside information, unable that he is to keep his yap shut. But since MB&B shut him out he’s completely useless and has nothing to offer but mindless rants. Ignore him and he’ll eventually go away.

  • Marc-watcher
    November 15, 2009 at 12:30 pm

    But, but… he is just like a spectacular train wreck.
    You know you really shouldn’t stare but you just can’t look away.

  • Backbooner
    November 16, 2009 at 2:14 am

    On iii.co.uk, a forum where the users who are not fans of xG constantly gets thrown out (xG-mob “manipulating” iii-staff) the user Beerson asks the questions if Johan Bohman is brain damaged. My interpretation is maybe based on what I found in a Swedish business magazine that has made a interview him – http://www.affarsvarlden.se/hem/nyheter/article673892.ece
    “How do you rate case?
    – The normal way to interpret a low share price is the company’s business model does not work. Nevertheless, there is an alternative interpretation. And it is that xG is such a great threat to big players that some organizations are trying to crush it by dumping the stock price in the hope that they will succeed in pushing out xG from the market.”
    There are three options here:
    1. He’s insane
    2. He hasn’t done any due diligence and can’t read
    3. He has to support it in order to give M&B a chance to raise the money they’ve now promised him and get him out of the investment. All we know is M&B is under a lot of pressure from Bohman and I wouldn’t want to be in their clothes

  • Bart
    November 16, 2009 at 6:30 am

    Unbelievable. How mind-blowingly disingenuous.
    “First let me say that xG’s technology, Xmax, now installed with a first network in Fort Lauderdale and it covers about 110 000 people.”
    Yep. Six towers, about 20 square miles. A single phone call roaming among them.
    By xG’s metrics I could go to Manhattan, press talk on my Motorola walkie talkie, and cover more than a million people.
    So, what’s superior? A half million dollars worth of equipment to cover 110,000 people, or $50 to cover a million?

  • James
    November 17, 2009 at 6:03 am

    XG goes through all these efforts to raise money internally and all they achieve is a 14 cent increase in the share price. This is telco humour on a higher level.

  • Backbooner
    November 17, 2009 at 2:18 pm

    xG, dear old xG, no matter what you do or say, you still won’t ever have a product anyone would be interested in paying anything for. Keep on doing your PR-stunts but you will never find a legitimate investor. Must stress I love that management and other people around the company has been forced to inject their own cash. It would be interesting to see if M&Bs monthly 70k fee still exists…..I doubt that 😀

  • Backbooner
    November 17, 2009 at 2:48 pm

    In true xG-style I have an offensive and racist email in my inbox ten minutes after my post here – dear old xG, you really seem to want everyone to know about your disgusting methods. Maybe you’re distancing yourselves from such behaviour but for three years you’ve been silent and not said a word about it. Are you supporting it?

  • Bozo Watcher
    November 17, 2009 at 6:27 pm

    It’s my understanding that our offensive and racist friend is not exactly welcome over at xG. They only tolerate him because he’s a major stockholder.
    But with friends like him they certainly don’t need very many enemies. He’s become xG’s de-facto public face, and this must be a major embarrassment to the few (if any) self-respecting xG employees that remain.
    At the very least, he attracts a great deal of critical scrutiny of the company and its claims and practices. And given xG’s nature, management must find that most unwelcome.

  • Can't wait
    November 17, 2009 at 11:59 pm

    It’s not ALL about you. But your very own criminal trial will be MOSTLY about you.

  • Backbooner
    November 18, 2009 at 12:36 am

    Q: The technology employed in that demonstration is the basis for the xMax mobile VoIP network that is currently operating in the Fort Lauderdale area. How does the technology demonstration given by xG Technology in November 2005 correspond to what xG is doing today?
    A:”By xG’s metrics I could go to Manhattan, press talk on my Motorola walkie talkie, and cover more than a million people. So, what’s superior? A half million dollars worth of equipment to cover 110,000 people, or $50 to cover a million?”

  • Can't wait
    November 18, 2009 at 6:23 am

    It sounds to me like you got off far too easily in that episode involving the investor client you ripped off and threatened. The NASD probably regrets not having filed criminal charges. I know a lot of other people certainly do.

  • Palerider3
    November 18, 2009 at 8:32 am

    “He seems to be learning, though; in the past it has taken him 20-30 calls in a row to get that message.”
    Do you think he has “Learned Helplessness” a condition first studied intensively with the famous Seligman and Steve Maier’s experiment involving three sets of dogs?

  • Bart
    November 19, 2009 at 6:19 am

    So, what happened to Townes?
    xG announced an exclusivity agreement last April. In late July they announced that the exclusivity agreement was extended “through late August”. But now nothing. Did Townes go the way of Telefonica, Gama, NGW, Far Reach, etc.?
    Why is it that every company that takes a look at xMax seems to walk away uninterested?

  • Backbooner
    November 19, 2009 at 11:33 am

    “Why is it that every company that takes a look at xMax seems to walk away uninterested?”
    Because xG has nothing, absolutely nothing ov value to anyone – it’s a simple and worthless walkie talkie tech no one will pay for. That’s why everyone walks away.

  • Backbooner
    November 21, 2009 at 3:36 am

    It’s remarkable xG has managed to shut Marc up. I have a good idea how that happened…….

  • Bart
    November 21, 2009 at 8:56 am

    “It’s remarkable xG has managed to shut Marc up. I have a good idea how that happened…….”
    Details, please!

  • Backbooner
    November 21, 2009 at 11:45 am

    The answer to that is the same as how “someone” got M&B to put their own money in.
    It’s getting more messy by the day in xG and M&B know they’re not getting this money back, Marc is broke and “someone” is really really pissed off.

  • Blatant Lying
    November 22, 2009 at 5:52 am

    Anyone even thinking in investing in this stock has to be a complete idiot who subsequently deserves to lose their money.
    I am amazed that these shares are still being allowed to trade after the number of lies to market about progress and developments, deliberately deceiving investors on a regulated exchange.
    Treco are in an awkward position and are being blackmailed. Give us more to keep going or we fold tomorrow and you lose it all!!
    XG came to market amidst a blaze of engineered publicity on Flash signalling. Share price rocketed as investors naturally believed RNS releases of a listed company would be more or less accurate, not complete lies and deciept.
    Even now by their own admission Flash was a complete waste of time and money. Before it was “more, further and for less”, now its just the for less i.e unlicensed. With the whole industry laughing at the stupidity at this next undertaking. As per usual they are claiming to have invented and developed a revolutionary tech. THEY HAVE INVENTED AND DEVELOPED NOTHING. They will never launch and anyone greedy or stupid enough to believe what they say deserves to lose their money.

  • Backbooner
    November 22, 2009 at 7:44 am

    Well, I have contacted AIM several times but that market is SO not regulated and supervised and that’s the reason scams like xG decide to get listed there. With xG it’s just too obvious why they’re on AIM, they’ve been lying for three years and still no action has been taken – rather pathetic market place

  • xG Watcher
    November 22, 2009 at 10:11 pm

    That’s also my guess for why xG is traded only on the AIM. But I’m curious; how many other US companies are traded there?

  • xG Watcher
    November 22, 2009 at 10:22 pm

    Excuse me, I meant to ask how many other US companies are ONLY traded on the London AIM?

  • Backbooner
    November 23, 2009 at 12:52 am

    “Yeah retard, because there are no stock frauds listed on the US markets right? Just when you thought this blog couldn´t get any dumber.”
    This blog is covering the scam xG Technology. AIM is the perfect place to list scams and xG is a great example of that.

  • Backbooner
    November 23, 2009 at 1:08 am

    xG has no product and no customers. The only thing xG has is a management that has told the market lies for years and who also supports verbal attacks and racism.
    That’s the sort of company most people try to avoid

  • Backbooner
    November 23, 2009 at 1:25 am

    Personal attacks, racism and death penalty – you xG people are really nice.
    The best thing xG can do is to close down.

  • xG Watcher
    November 23, 2009 at 3:15 am

    Let’s see if your IQ will keep you out of jail. Given your background, a little humility might be in order when you’re dragged into court.

  • Blatant Lying
    November 23, 2009 at 5:22 am

    “the 4 guys against this company…if you added up their IQ it would come in at about half mine, and a quarter of Bobiers…that´s a fact.”
    and one, only one vocal supporter of XG; a seeming unintelligent boileroom hack, with shares locked up, going crazy at anyone who points out the obvious irregularities of XG and unable to engage in exchanges other than insulting and name calling. Yep you’re a smart one!

  • xG Watcher
    November 23, 2009 at 6:25 am

    Only by sheer luck have you not already been in jail. Most people know to quit while they’re ahead, but apparently your IQ is far too high for that.

  • Bart
    November 23, 2009 at 7:25 pm

    I knew the moment xG announced the showcase and invited the media they were going to use anything written as an integral part of their promotional campaign. Not only does xG headline their website with quotes from Rich’s article, one of the supporters has edited Wikipedia to promote xG using Rich’s article.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XG_Technology,_Inc.
    If I were you, Rich, I’d do something. Having your name associated with xG only hurts your credibility.

  • Backbooner
    November 24, 2009 at 12:50 am

    “uglyphilkarn | November 24, 2009 12:17 AM | Reply
    Bart, you are a babbling fucking idiot.”
    Manage to have a meaningful dialogues and develop radio technology is not really xG’s strengths – Apart from lying in press releases I’m still searching for another thing they’re good at.

  • Blatant Lying
    November 24, 2009 at 3:37 am

    The scary thing is they are forever claiming to ACTUALLY have made ground breaking inventions when all they’ve done is file a patent, which isnt worth the paper its printed on.
    That is false market representation and AIM should really regulate activities if its not going to have its reputation tarnished,
    Just as their Flash turned out to be a waste of $100 million of naive investors money so this attempt to build something in unlicensed will be the same. Do you really think someone who has been shown to be ignorant of RF theory is going to come up with something which is better than existing RF tech?? I dont think so!! Its simply not going to happen.
    The funny thing is they round off their Q and A session claiming any ground breaking tech is bound to be met with opposition!! Get real!!

  • Wiliam
    November 24, 2009 at 5:14 am

    I’ve been looking at this company now and then for a while and followed the discussions. The only thing that bothers me is why no legal action has been taken against the company as they have purposely lied to the public for years.

  • Backbooner
    November 24, 2009 at 8:35 am

    xG is dead, totally dead!
    No one has any commercial interest in this company whatsoever apart from current shareholders. Everyone has given up on it and the last remaining piece of hope, Townes, is looong loooong gone.

  • cram
    November 24, 2009 at 6:07 pm

    Has anyone publicly asked the company why they continue to develop their own hardware? The only element left of their original business plan is selling voice services over unlicensed spectrum, and the cheapest and quickest way to do that is with off-the-shelf WiFi equipment.

  • chezhanson
    November 24, 2009 at 7:21 pm

    WiFi does not have provisions for a mobile environment. It cannot handle vehicular speeds, handoffs, or the sorts of multipath and fading experienced in those environments. Also, the connection and monitoring scheme in WiFi is not battery-life friendly for mobile handsets. WiFi works best when confined to a short range with fixed or at most walking speed devices. What would make more sense is mobile WiMAX (802.16e), for which there are at least numerous off-the-shelf chipsets, which would greatly simplify the design and provide an appropriate high-speed solution with 4G performance and enough excess bandwidth to allow for significant diversity, which is what is needed in an interference limited channel, particularly in unlicensed spectrum.

  • chezhanson
    November 24, 2009 at 7:48 pm

    Oh, and here’s another tidbit, right from CFR47 Part 15.247, which governs operation in this band:
    (http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/cfr_2008/octqtr/47cfr15.247.htm)
    “Also, investigations of the effect of spread spectrum
    interference to U. S. Government operations in the 902-928 MHz band may require a future decrease in the power limits allowed for spread spectrum operation.”
    So at any given moment, the government might reduce the power limits in this band! Even if it is unlikely, I sure wouldn’t want to build out a network with that hanging over my head!

  • cram
    November 24, 2009 at 8:26 pm

    Yes, the government is the prime user of 902-928 MHz. I’m not sure what for, but the amateur service (which also has 902-928 MHz) has a footnote taking it away in the box bounded by 103W, 39N, 108W and 42N (i.e., roughly centered on Denver). Most of the other VHF/UHF ham bands are shared with military radars, so that’s probably it.

  • cram
    November 24, 2009 at 8:36 pm

    902-928 is also unavailable to hams in the area bounded by 31 41′ N, 104 11′ W, 34 30′ N, and 107 30′ W. That’s White Sands Missile Range. Outside of that area but within 240 km of the range, hams are limited to 50 watts peak envelope power. I think it may be used there for missile telemetry.

  • chezhanson
    November 24, 2009 at 9:38 pm

    The sentence just prior to the other one:
    “Many of these Government systems are airborne
    radiolocation systems that emit a high EIRP which can cause interference to other users. ”
    There is also a high-power licensed (but out-of-date service called LMS from 924 – 928 MHz which was used for vehicle tracking systems, but was obsoleted by GPS. However, the license holders have been lobbying the FCC to allocate them use of the entire 26 MHz of the band, with a power level and spreading factor which would have been the equivalent of roughly 34 dBm, putting unlicensed users at a distinct disadvantage.
    Fortunately they have been rebuffed so far, but all the same, it is obviously perilous to put up a commercial network in spectrum you have no control over.

  • cram
    November 24, 2009 at 9:58 pm

    Hams have a lot of experience sharing VHF and UHF spectrum with military radars. In general, coexistence is often technically easier between a narrowband and a wideband system than between two narrowband or two wideband systems.
    Radars that emit narrow pulses are fairly easily rejected by the noise blankers in most narrow band amateur equipment. They sense the sharp pulse rise and mute the receiver for only a brief fraction of the total time. I’ve also seen noise blankers in some commercial VHF and UHF FM transceivers. Error control coding and interleaving is especially effective at dealing with narrow interference pulses, even very high power ones.
    Conversely, wideband radars can reject narrowband interference with frequency notching filters that remove only a small fraction of the desired wideband signal spectrum.

  • cram
    November 24, 2009 at 10:05 pm

    I agree that WiMAX would be a better choice than WiFi, but the point is moot.
    The key feature of practical and reliable operation on an unlicensed band is a very small cell size. Otherwise, the probability of an uncontrolled interferer being within any given base station’s territory is just too high.
    So whatever advantages WiMAX may have over WiFi for rapid mobile handoff assumes lots and lots of base stations in each case.
    It’s now pretty obvious that ain’t gonna happen. xG brushed away the fact that they lack the resources to make and deploy lots of base stations of their own design by pretending that they wouldn’t be needed. They almost certainly lack the money to deploy lots of WiMAX base stations too.
    So WiFi is their only remaining chance to deploy the large numbers of base stations necessary to use unlicensed spectrum over a wide area. It doesn’t matter that WiFi doesn’t work well in a mobile environment; it’s either WiFi or nothing.
    Of course, it’ll most likely be nothing.

  • Backbooner
    November 25, 2009 at 1:15 am

    Let’s just all agree xG is nothing and even possibly a scam

  • Backbooner
    November 25, 2009 at 1:33 am

    That’s only because it’s possibly a scam and people should be warned and given the opportunity to have multiple sources of information. This is especially relevant today as xG is trying to raise money.

  • chezhanson
    November 25, 2009 at 9:39 am

    None of US will go to jail. Unlike you and Joe, we haven’t broken any laws. Remember, Okey was YOUR partner, not ours. Your only beef with him is that he wasn’t as much as a criminal as you. Heck, he didn’t even need a bodyguard like you did when you came to Daytona!

  • chezhanson
    November 25, 2009 at 10:25 am

    Me, Rob Rawson? Now THAT’s funny.
    I don’t see the connection between this article and anything to do with Rob Rawson anyway. Even if I did, it would have no relevance whatsoever to xG. I see in an archive where you made a huge fuss some time ago about Rob Rawson being arrested for something where he spent about 2 days in jail. That had nothing to do with xG either. Completely irrelevant.
    You of all people are in no position to attack someone else’s character. There’s no one lower than you.

  • Bart
    November 25, 2009 at 10:41 am

    “I´m betting more of you retards end up behind bars.”
    You bet xG would make you rich, too. And that didn’t quite work out, did it?

  • Backbooner
    November 25, 2009 at 11:28 am

    “See Bart, I don´t judge xG on a daily basis like you do…and you´re up my ass always…I had some good gas for you.”
    Two years ago you were shouting EVERY day how xG would be at 20,50, 100, 1000 in days, weeks or a few months. Suddenly when the share price is at rock bottom lows it doesn’t matter. If it doesn’t I really can’t see any reason for you to continue holding shares or to follow the company. Sell what little you have and shut up.
    xG is a company for losers and for anyone who wants to lose money.

  • Bart
    November 25, 2009 at 11:33 am

    “I don’t see the connection between this article and anything to do with Rob Rawson anyway.”
    The article refers to Kevin Flessner, who I believe was DO at iDigi for a time. He once was a buddy of Mooers, but he was discarded when he was no longer of use and he became persona non grata. I think they may have even tried suing him.

  • Bart
    November 25, 2009 at 11:44 am

    “Two years ago you were shouting EVERY day how xG would be at 20,50, 100, 1000 in days, weeks or a few months. Suddenly when the share price is at rock bottom lows it doesn’t matter. If it doesn’t I really can’t see any reason for you to continue holding shares or to follow the company. Sell what little you have and shut up.”
    As with most bagholders of failed stocks, he takes the attitude that “it’s not a loss until you sell”. If he sells now, he merely locks in his loss. As long as he holds his one million shares (that he bought for as much as $3/share) he can maintain his fantasy that he’ll get his money back some day.

  • cram
    November 25, 2009 at 1:12 pm

    “As with most bagholders of failed stocks, he takes the attitude that “it’s not a loss until you sell”.”
    And back when the price was (briefly) at 18, something he reminded us of every day, it was fun to remind him that it was only a paper gain until he sold. But if his stock was restricted, then of course he couldn’t sell.
    Riding the stock all the way up and all the way down, locked in and unable to sell…I guess I should express some sympathy. That would drive a lot of people over the edge. But in this case, it couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy.

  • chezhanson
    November 25, 2009 at 1:40 pm

    I’m glad to see nothing’s changed in my short break from this blog. As usual the anti-s make valid points and Marc just calls people names. So transparent.
    If you’re not concerned about the excerpts I posted from the FCC rules, then you have your head in the sand.

  • Backbooner
    November 25, 2009 at 6:35 pm

    Good morning everyone and welcome to a new day that is one day closer to the end of a hideous SCAM. This one is called xG Technology and is run, managed and owned by people who’ve been lying in public for many many years.

  • Blatant Lying
    November 26, 2009 at 4:25 am

    7 years developing Flash pre float, 3 years post and nothing.
    If they have a network, why isnt Townes making noises, taking them up Why? Why? cause we know why, The demo was rigged and what they have amounts to nothing. No performance improvement and certainly no commercial viability.
    This demented boileroom hack will start screaming the opposite but then we all know its just lonely old him with his $3 Dollar million plus locked in shares he borrowed so heavily to buy. He should be angry at Mooers and co not people pointing out the painfully obvious.
    Theres no product and certainly no launch. Sadly!

  • chezhanson
    November 26, 2009 at 11:58 am

    Like I said before, Marc, you are relentlessly ignorant.
    These rules make a HUGE difference, and they are NOT new. They have been there for years. xG are barely making 1 to 1.25 mile radius cells at full power in suburban terrain. (and Florida is flat as a pancake, which makes for easy coverage). Now how stupid can you possibly be to not understand that should the FCC suddenly reduce the power limit it will make the cell sizes smaller? Or that overlapping high-power licensed services will cause harmful interference to xG wherever they are co-located?
    Could you imagine the prohibitive cost of having to move thousands of cells closer together? It would cripple the operator, and may not even be possible. Do I have to spell such obvious things out to you? It doesn’t matter if it’s me or anyone else saying it, these are FACTS. All the name-calling in the world won’t change that.
    Your comment about taking what I say with a grain of salt is hysterical coming from you. You’ve made a fool of yourself for years. Unlike you, Marc, I have no axe to grind whatsoever. I merely point out facts and the obvious potential ramifications.
    Oh, and Happy Thanksgiving! 🙂

  • cram
    November 27, 2009 at 5:41 pm

    That’s right, the limitations on unlicensed use of 902-928 MHz are not new, but I wouldn’t want to limit myself to just that band.
    If I were interested in building a business on unlicensed spectrum, right now I’d be looking closely at the possibilities for the “white spaces” between unoccupied UHF TV channels that the FCC has just opened up. Being below 902 MHz, non-line of sight propagation could be better. I’d also look at 5 GHz; although much higher in frequency, there’s plenty of bandwidth for short distance point to point links.

  • Backbooner
    November 27, 2009 at 11:41 pm

    xG is not interested in building anything. They haven’t even tried. They just wanted the shareholder’s money but they’re toast now.

  • Bart
    November 28, 2009 at 11:55 am

    “xG is not interested in building anything. They haven’t even tried. They just wanted the shareholder’s money but they’re toast now.”
    But they got the shareholders’ money. And for them, that’s what counts. Well, as long as those shareholders don’t decide to go after them…
    If I had invested money in this, I’d be pissed as hell. But the true nature of all this was clear to me within minutes of first hearing of xMax a couple years ago. It’s been an entertaining show of ignorant investor greed and people eager to take advantage of it.

  • Backbooner
    November 28, 2009 at 12:19 pm

    Maybe, just maybe xMax would work as a simple walkie talkie solution. Rich didn’t know what he got himself into going there and writing the article.
    xMax is nothing, xG is nothing and very soon the xG shares are nothing

  • Bart
    November 28, 2009 at 12:46 pm

    *And* if I had invested in this and was pissed as hell, I’d be pissed at the people who took my money — not at the people who tried to warn me.

  • Backbooner
    November 29, 2009 at 3:52 am

    If I was an xG shareholder I would contact a lawyer to go after M&B, Bobier and the rest of the Board of Directors

  • Bart
    November 29, 2009 at 10:49 am

    “If I was an xG shareholder I would contact a lawyer to go after M&B, Bobier and the rest of the Board of Directors”
    If anything happens, I suspect they would just form a new company and pay off the investors with shares in that.
    Hey, it worked before…

  • Backbooner
    November 29, 2009 at 10:57 am

    “Hey, it worked before…”
    …it will never ever happen again. Too many eyes on this and too much knowledge about these “gentlemen” now.

  • Bart
    November 29, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    “…it will never ever happen again. Too many eyes on this and too much knowledge about these “gentlemen” now.”
    And I think it’s fair to say that’s largely due to one particular chubby, balding, loudmouth boiler room hack who goes to great extremes to attract as much critical attention as possible.

  • Backbooner
    November 30, 2009 at 12:53 am

    The only people involved in bringing xG down are the people who run and support this scam

  • cram
    December 1, 2009 at 4:43 am

    “loudmouth boiler room hack who goes to great extremes to attract as much critical attention as possible”
    Precisely! If not for him, how many of us would have given xG even a second thought? *I* sure wouldn’t have.

  • xG watcher
    December 2, 2009 at 7:42 am

    It sure does seem like the end is near, so if anybody hears of any arrests (e.g., of principals or associated boiler room hacks), be sure to tell the rest of us ASAP!

  • Barttheobsessedanon
    December 2, 2009 at 7:58 am

    xG watcher, news alert!
    Your mother has been arrested for streetwalking!
    No surprise though.

  • Backbooner
    December 2, 2009 at 11:01 pm

    Over the years I’ve been following xG I can’t recall it ever has been this quiet.
    Something is going on and it’s not a good thing – Have we seen xG’s last “not very true” press release? Is xG story now finally over?
    Considering they’ve been claiming revenue, sales, and even profit without a product there will for sure be some questions from authorities and regulators.
    Considering the above plus all claims xG has made about the technology the Board of Directors is possibly not in a very nice position for the future. Shareholders who have invested real money should or will be seriously p***** off

  • More Lies
    December 11, 2009 at 5:09 am

    No one is faintly interested in their lies anymore. It always makes me laugh when these people having spent 7 years trying to develop Flash and then lied about their inability to product anything of value at all, think they can now within a year convince people they have invent something to work in unlicensed.. NewsFlash they cant, and as with the previous venture its all lies.
    Incidently, anyone care to tell us when where and what event they were at that had reporters brthlessly hanging to their every word or as per usual, is it just another cynical and fabricated lie and PR by XG. How the market continues to buy it and AIM not take action, lord only knows.
    Johan Bohman, Chairman of Treco International SA, commented: “The Company has developed ground-…

  • cram
    December 14, 2009 at 8:06 pm

    Wow, this is the quietest it’s been in a long time! The suspense is killing me.

  • Backbooner
    December 15, 2009 at 9:24 am

    It’s kind of boring – I want it to crash land

  • Bart
    December 18, 2009 at 7:06 am

    This is certainly the longest Dannenberg has gone without spewing his obscene promotion of xG all over the net. I wonder what M&B did to shut him up.
    And note, without people responding to Dannenberg’s blatant lies and vapid insults, there’s no discussion at all about xG, xMax, etc. There is simply no interest in xG at all beyond the personalities, the financial dealings, etc., and it will be interesting to see how this all comes to a close.
    Boy, those echoes of “$1.8 billion company”, “the future of wireless”, and “biggest and fastest rollout in history” are long faded.
    Stick a fork in it. This one’s done.

  • cram
    December 18, 2009 at 8:43 pm

    Gee, ya think maybe Dannenberg has been arrested? Wouldn’t that be fun?

  • stillretardedafteralltheseyears
    December 27, 2009 at 1:50 am

    I think it´s hilarious you dummies still post on this site when they have made xG a poster boy for success. Still retarded after all these years.
    By the way…xG will have the fastest rollout in wireless history. Cheaper, Faster, Farther….Bart, I hope your head explodes as you read this. xG will be the number one market cap company in the world….Bart did that kill you? Hope so.

  • cram
    December 27, 2009 at 7:26 am

    Looks like Marc made bail. Too bad. When’s the trial?

  • Bart
    December 27, 2009 at 12:04 pm

    Funny how there’s absolutely no discussion of xG or xMax. No news about working hardware. Nada. Nothing. No ILECs, no distributors, no customers. No interest from anybody beyond the entertainment of watching this extremely slow train wreck.
    If xG is trying to throw off the competition by looking like a failed company with a bogus product run by a bunch of crooks, they’re doing a mighty fine job.
    So, when is that fastest rollout in history going to start? ROTFL!

  • Backbooner
    December 27, 2009 at 12:38 pm

    Does anyone remember how all the idiotic supporters (criminal supporters) shouted about me being wrong about xG going to 1 dollar. I wonder where those freaks are now? Have they killed themselves? Are they broke? Has someone broken all their fingers? Have they moved to a place without internet? Seems like they’re gone for good – a pity I think, their stupidity was entertaining.

  • Backbooner
    December 29, 2009 at 9:22 am

    Some shares traded in xG. Of course it was on the bid. Only the poor market maker is buying.
    What about the new issue of shares? Wasn’t that at 0.34? Why aren’t you then buying at a lower price? Just kidding, of course no one has injected any cash in to xG. That’s just another lie from the company

  • Vlad
    December 29, 2009 at 3:10 pm

    XG is is stupid company. Vlad sold for 8 dollars and Marcstupididiotman and Parashitman said Vlad stupid. Hohoho, look now who is stupid. Parashitman is guy Vlad hates most. Vlad hope he has no money and someone kick his stupid butt. XG is humbug and everyone working with XG is criminal.

  • cram
    January 1, 2010 at 10:15 am

    xG is the mobile Voip authority? This guy knows so little that he doesn’t even know how little he knows.

  • cram
    January 1, 2010 at 7:06 pm

    Your post is nonexistent now because you can’t express yourself without vulgar language or a personal attack. So it got deleted. That happens a lot to your messages but no one else’s. Ever notice that?
    Perhaps if your parents taught you some manners you wouldn’t now be so frustrated as an adult. I feel sorry for your own kid. Unless your wife is a saint, which somehow I doubt, he’ll probably grow up as much a sociopath as his dad.

  • Backbooner
    January 3, 2010 at 3:53 am

    My guess is Marc has given up on xG. Everyone of the supporters have given up. I feel a bit sad they’re gone as they were all entertaining.
    I will have to find me another scam with vocal and moronic supporters.

  • cram
    January 22, 2010 at 1:27 am

    Wow – almost 3 weeks without any comments! Must be a new record.

  • Backbooner
    February 12, 2010 at 2:06 am

    xG is soon trading at $0.1
    Why aren’t they giving up, the supporters have!

  • Backbooner
    March 1, 2010 at 1:10 am

    Is xG now officially dead?
    At least we can say the supporters are!

  • dan
    March 26, 2010 at 12:13 pm

    Marc Jason Dannenberg Crazy xG Technology caller

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