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Efficient deployment of small cells

Recently at a Cambridge Wireless combined Small Cell and Smart and Intelligent Cities SIG meeting, the attendees heard about the impressive densification of networks in Japan, Korea and China. These markets have far fewer constraints on deployment; the US and EU...

Reading the RAN roadmap

The architectures of radio access networks (RAN)s are continually evolving as a result of various technical and economic drivers. We regularly receive enquiries about RAN architecture from our readers and one topic that keeps coming up is the evolution from D-RAN to...

Rail Wireless

What do rail passengers in 2019 want from wireless? Voice, web browsing, emailing and social media are pretty much a given, but it’s the 'streaming' services that are forecasted to generate 75-90% of traffic on trains. Assuming an unconstrained usage policy, the...

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Professor Les Barclay, OBE, BSc, FREng, FIET

Our condolences to the family of Professor Les Barclay, following his death on the 31 July 2019. He was a true gent and a great inspiration to many in our profession. Les was a distinguished and widely recognised professional in fields of radiowave propagation and...

Regulation: progressive or obstructive?

Regulation of telecommunications is not, as some operators may feel, a chance to hold back progress. At least it shouldn’t be. Then again, there have been many examples that, if they became the norm, would genuinely give telecommunications regulation a bad name....

Small cells and DAS: the balance is shifting

Small cells versus distributed antenna systems (DAS)? Is it really that stark a choice? Of course not. Both technologies have their advantages and disadvantages. But it is true to say that the balance has shifted slightly in recent years. Not long ago there would be...

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