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Unlicensed Spectrum in the Enterprise Unlicensed Spectrum in the Enterprise

How best can MNOs make use of unlicensed spectrum for their Enterprise customers. We review the choices available and look at how Small Cells can combine both licensed and unlicensed spectrum in the future. Upcoming standard features such as LWA and LAA could both be used to extend the capabilities of an Enterprise Small Cell network, providing a boost or overflow capacity on demand.

This white paper was written and produced by ThinkSmallCell, sponsored by SpiderCloud

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Language English
LicenseCreative Commons external
Created2015-10-27
Created byDavid Chambers
Changed2016-10-14
Changed byDavid Chambers

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