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By Spirent On November 13, 2011
Networks
4G, LTE, TestCloud

Ever been in a situation where you have four full bars but can’t make a call? I have, and that’s what made me realize that signal strength is but one of many factors that affect connectivity. Fancy wireless techniques like spatial beam forming and frame aggregation between the cell tower and the phone sounds really cool but if the network is congested at the back end then magic on the radio side won’t amount to much for the user. One of the major challenges faced by operators ...

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By Michael Keeley On January 11, 2011
Wireless
MIMO, LTE

The current large-scale rollout of commercial non-proprietary LTE is our industry’s most ambitious initiative since the first cellular networks were launched years ago. Designing mobile devices for LTE is very different from previous mobile design efforts, mainly due to three key factors: Complexity – LTE brings major changes to every link in the network from the core to the mobile device. Multi-technology support – Subscribers expect voice and data applications to run ...

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By Michael Keeley On January 11, 2011
Wireless
MIMO, LTE

The current large-scale rollout of commercial non-proprietary LTE is our industry’s most ambitious initiative since the first cellular networks were launched years ago. Designing mobile devices for LTE is very different from previous mobile design efforts, mainly due to three key factors: Complexity – LTE brings major changes to every link in the network from the core to the mobile device. Multi-technology support – Subscribers expect voice and data applications to run ...

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By Michael Keeley On January 11, 2011
Wireless
MIMO, LTE

The current large-scale rollout of commercial non-proprietary LTE is our industry’s most ambitious initiative since the first cellular networks were launched years ago. Designing mobile devices for LTE is very different from previous mobile design efforts, mainly due to three key factors: Complexity – LTE brings major changes to every link in the network from the core to the mobile device. Multi-technology support – Subscribers expect voice and data applications to run ...

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By Michael Keeley On January 11, 2011
Wireless
MIMO, LTE

The current large-scale rollout of commercial non-proprietary LTE is our industry’s most ambitious initiative since the first cellular networks were launched years ago. Designing mobile devices for LTE is very different from previous mobile design efforts, mainly due to three key factors: Complexity – LTE brings major changes to every link in the network from the core to the mobile device. Multi-technology support – Subscribers expect voice and data applications to run ...

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