Ericsson

Image This market leader in mobile radio infrastructure has a strong presence globally and manages networks for many operators. However, they have not made a lot of noise with femtocells compared to others.

Their announced Home Access Point includes GSM, WiFi and DSL in a single small package, and is thus focussed more on voice (in poor coverage areas) than 3.5G high speed data. It claims to be the world's smallest GSM basestation.

Announced in February 2007, with planned availability originally slated for mid-2007,  it does not yet seem to have materialised 

 

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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

    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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