CommScope explains how the CBRS SAS marketplace will evolve

Server FarmGoogle and Federated Wireless aren’t the only companies building out CBRS SAS (Spectrum Access System). I spoke with Mark Gibson of CommScope, which is well on track to launch service next year, too. He shared his perspective of the CBRS market, clarified likely timescales as well as how and where we are likely to see it rolled out.

Parallel Wireless launch 2G GSM using 4G technology

GSMIn a world of ever more sophisticated smartphones, it’s easy to overlook the fact that half of the world rely on GSM for their cellular service. Rather than dying out, in some regions 2G has a long life ahead of it. That’s why Parallel Wireless has added 2G to its solution, primarily to address strong market demand in developing countries.

 

Is Gigabit LTE a threat or foretaste of 5G

gigabit rateGigabit LTE is becoming a reality today and being strongly hyped at the moment, combining several techniques and frequency bands to achieve headline peak data rates. We review the different alternatives and consider if this is a threat to 5G.

Small cells evolve to enhance in-flight wireless experience

Ben Ash ipaccessInternet Wi-Fi is becoming the latest must-have service when airborne. Ben Ash, Special Projects Business Development at ip.access, argues that there is equally a strong case for cellular service onboard. He explains how small cell technology has evolved to deliver cellular service in the sky and highlights key differences between Wi-Fi and cellular service experience.

Building your own OpenSource Small Cell – Dream or Reality?

Fotolia 102724926 XSThere is a huge range of free OpenSource software and hardware designs for many applications. We looked at whether there’s enough available to build your own LTE small cell and found it wanting. At the moment, you’d be better off buying a professional product unless for lab and experimental purposes. Meanwhile several well-funded projects with substantial support from Facebook and several large operators are planning to change that, ultimately aiming for commercial deployment within major mobile networks.

 

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    A significant number of users continue to report poor mobile coverage in their homes. There will always be areas which are uneconomic for mobile operator to reach. They range from rural areas

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    The term Enterprise addresses any non-residential in-building including hotels, convention centres, transport hubs, offices, hospitals and retail outlets. It's not just intended for businesses to

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    Urban small cells (sometimes also named metrocells) are compact and discrete mobile phone basestations, unobstrusively located in urban areas. They can be mounted on lampposts, positioned on the

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    A rural small cell is a low power mobile phone base station designed to bring mobile phone service to small pockets of population in remote rural areas. These could be hamlets, small villages or

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