As telecom power equipment ages, optimizing upgrade or replacement strategies requires a detailed understanding of trends in both the load and power equipment sectors.
In larger telecom facilities and central offices, power has traditionally been supplied by a large DC Power Plant located in the basement or similar location. The basement has been an attractive location for a number of reasons, not least of which is the physical size and weight of the batteries required to support 8 hours or more of autonomous operation.
This webinar will look at the way this implementation has changed over the last 50 years, the technology that has driven these changes and the type of power architectures being deployed in modern telecommunications and data center facilities.
The metamorphosis of telecommunications networks into Information and Communications Technology (ICT) networks with their reliance upon digital technologies is one of the key drivers of power infrastructure changes. Advances in battery chemistries, power system efficiencies and software controls are all affecting the demands placed on the power system and allowing technology advancements to be implemented in increasingly efficient and cost effective ways.
These advances will be examined with a view to better understanding the trends in power architectures and implementation. This will also allow us a glimpse into the “crystal ball” of future developments and trends.
Paul Smith, Technical Marketing Manager, GE
As people make the move from traditional landlines to wireless technology the need for reliable cellular reception increases. Some studies estimate that 70% of calls and data connections take place inside buildings. Did you know that by installing cell signal boosters you can boost profits?
This webinar will address:
- Finding new revenue
- New offerings for returning customers
- Building challenges provide opportunities
- Growing category of the market
Curtis Burkhart, Director of Sales and Marketing, SureCall
The demand for high speed, ubiquitous data is increasing. The industry is looking to LTE-A and emerging technologies to addresses this need. LTE-A addresses this need through a revolutionary approach that leverages multiple simultaneous connections (such as carrier aggregation), network densification, and HetNet. LTE-A involves a drastic change in how networks and devices are deployed.
One of the consequences of network densification is a significant increase in overall interference. A variety of interference mitigation techniques such as xICIC (ICIC, eICIC, FeICIC), SON, advanced interference cancellation receivers etc. have been developed to enable operation in this interference dominated environment.
As a consequence of the network paradigm change and the increasing complexity, existing test solutions become inadequate for testing LTE-A HetNet.
This webinar will cover:
- The evolution from LTE to LTE-A
- An introduction to LTE-A HetNet, Small cells
- LTE-A Interference mitigation techniques
- Requirements and solutions for testing LTE-A and HetNets
Dr. Charles Wright, Chief Scientist & Director of Systems Engineering, Azimuth
Vivek Vadakkuppattu, VP of Product Management & Marketing, Azimuth
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