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Editorial Webinar: The challenges and opportunities of small cell network densification

As digital services evolve and users continue to demand faster speeds and higher availability, network densification is proving to be a key driver for enabling successful 5G networks. Small cells, in particular, are seen by operators as a method of increasing cellular network capacity,...

What are the top small cell use cases and places?

Sport complexes, concert halls and other enclosed venues are promising scenarios for a small cell deployment Small cells can be deployed indoors or outdoors and in licensed, shared or unlicensed spectrum, making them a versatile coverage and capacity solution. However, for Rex Chen, director of...

Editorial Report: From greenfield to brownfield: Open RAN in 2022 (With large scale carrier commitments in place, what’s next for the Open RAN ecosystem?)

Open RAN in 2020 was all about communicating the value proposition and gaining validation from major global operators. In 2021, with that validation in hand, the Open RAN ecosystem is pushing toward delivering on those benefits. Priorities include a broader pool of hardware support,...

What is a small cell, really?

Analog Devices: 'There have been a lot of different uses of the term small cell' Despite the current emphasis on small cells operating in higher 5G frequencies, this infrastructure is not actually limited, or defined, by frequency. In fact, 4G small cells operate in sub-3...

ADI Article: How to Make a Digital Pre-distortion Solution Practical and Relevant

According to much of the promotional material for digital pre-distortion (DPD), its performance is based on static quantitative data. Typically, this material shows a DPD spectrum and quotes adjacent channel leakage ratio (ACLR) figures. While this approach addresses fundamental needs, it fails to capture...

ADI Article: 5G Technology Devices for an O-RAN Wireless Solution

O-RAN was created as a catalyst to transform the wireless community, to enable new channels of wireless equipment, and to enable innovation to fulfill the promises made by 3GPP about 5G. To be successful and cost-effective, open sources of radio equipment and optimized 5G technology...

Editorial Report: Minding the mid-band: C Band and CBRS efforts

The U.S. has lagged in midband spectrum availability for 5G compared to the rest of the world. But now, CBRS PAL licenses are in-hand. The first tranche of C-Band spectrum will be available in December. RCR Wireless News looks at the availability of midband...

Editorial Webinar: The challenges and opportunities of small cell network densification

As digital services evolve and users continue to demand faster speeds and higher availability, network densification is proving to be a key driver for enabling successful 5G networks. Small cells, in particular, are seen by operators as a method of increasing cellular network capacity,...

Editorial Webinar: Minding the mid-band: C Band and CBRS efforts

The U.S. has lagged in midband spectrum availability for 5G compared to the rest of the world. But now, CBRS PAL licenses are in-hand. The first tranche of C-Band spectrum will be available in December. RCR Wireless News looks at the availability of midband...

Editorial Webinar: From greenfield to brownfield: Open RAN in 2022 (With large scale carrier commitments in place, what’s next for the Open RAN ecosystem?)

Open RAN in 2020 was all about communicating the value proposition and gaining validation from major global operators. In 2021, with that validation in hand, the Open RAN ecosystem is pushing toward delivering on those benefits. Priorities include a broader pool of hardware support,...

ADI White Paper: Optimal RU Performance and Energy Efficiency for 5G RAN

When the wireless revolution began some 30 years ago, there were only a handful of bands, mostly confined below 900 MHz and typically 1 or 2 bands per country. Today, driven by exponential growth, there are 76 LTE and 5G bands in FR1 alone....

ADI White Paper: Solutions for Designing and Building a Power Efficient O-RAN solution

When the wireless revolution began some 30 years ago, there were only a handful of bands, mostly confined below 900 MHz and typically 1 or 2 bands per country. Today, driven by exponential growth, there are 76 LTE and 5G bands in FR1 alone....

Editorial Webinar: From greenfield to brownfield: Open RAN in 2022 (With large scale carrier commitments in place, what’s next for the Open RAN ecosystem?)

Open RAN in 2020 was all about communicating the value proposition and gaining validation from major global operators. In 2021, with that validation in hand, the Open RAN ecosystem is pushing toward delivering on those benefits. Priorities include a broader pool of hardware support,...

Editorial Webinar: Minding the mid-band: C Band and CBRS efforts

The U.S. has lagged in midband spectrum availability for 5G compared to the rest of the world. But now, CBRS PAL licenses are in-hand. The first tranche of C-Band spectrum will be available in December. RCR Wireless News looks at the availability of midband...

NEC sets up Global Open RAN Center of Excellence in the UK

Japanese company NEC announced the establishment of its Global Open RAN Center of Excellence (CoE) in the U.K. to accelerate the global adoption of Open RAN. In a release, NEC also said that the new facility has the aim of further strengthening the company’s structure...

NEC, ADI to provide 5G O-RAN massive MIMO Radio for Rakuten Mobile

  Japan’s NEC Corporation and global high-performance analog technology company Analog Devices (ADI) announced a partnership to design a 5G Network Massive MIMO Antenna Radio Unit for Japanese telco Rakuten Mobile. The radio unit adopts ADI's fourth-generation wideband RF transceiver solution to achieve high-precision Massive MIMO...

Test and Measurement: Perspecta Labs demonstrates LTE air-to-ground network for DoD

Defense technology company Perspecta says that its research arm, Perspecta Labs, has successfully demonstrated the use of a commercial LTE air-to-ground network for long-distance, high-bandwidth communications with aircraft at "well beyond Mach 1 speeds." The company says it has developed a solution that will allow...

Bits and Bytes: Mobile shopping habits revealed; TCS, Mitek patents granted; and more

A new study found consumers are using mobile devices to expand their in-store shopping experience. The study was conducted by Sterling Commerce, an AT&T Inc. company, and Demandware Inc. The survey of nearly 4,000 U.S. consumers found that 15% use their mobile device to...

Alliances: eNational chooses Mocapay solution; Firethorn collaborates with Discover; and more

Mocapay and eNational Payments formed a strategic partnership that calls for eNational Payments merchants and retailers to be able to use Mocapay's secure mobile payments solution and mobile marketing engine to reach customers in real time. eNational Payments provides financial services, including check warranty...

Smartphones a bright spot for chips: GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G help in down year

No one can miss the dark clouds streaming overhead, but analysts say that without the expected growth in smartphone sales, those clouds might blot out the sun altogether. Handset sales, of course, drive chip sales, and most analysts have been revising their forecasts downward...

Moto’s global contraction matched by Chinese expansion: New study charts handset and chip markets for last two years

As Motorola Inc.'s growth sharply contracted between 2006 and 2007, four Chinese handset vendors were among the fastest growing in the business, although at markedly lower volumes.The finding is one of many disparate conclusions drawn in a new study from Forward Concepts that examined...

Analyst: Motorola snubbing Qualcomm on 3G

Motorola Inc. has shifted its 3G chip business away from Qualcomm Inc. in favor of Texas Instruments Inc. and Freescale Inc., according to analyst Mark McKechnie. "We believe Motorola's decision was purely business," McKechnie wrote in a note to investors yesterday. "Our checks reveal...

Analyst Angle: iPhone Impact

Editor's Note: Welcome to our Monday feature, Analyst Angle. We've collected a group of the industry's leading analysts to give their outlook on the hot topics in the wireless industry. In the coming weeks look for columns from Compete's Miro Kazakoff, Jupiter Research's Julie...

WiMAX integrated circuit market moves to mobility

The WiMAX integrated circuit market has made a dramatic shift from fixed WiMAX to Mobile WiMAX during the past three quarters, according to In-Stat.The company said the WiMAX IC industry was focused on fixed 802.16d technology for the majority of 2005 and 2006, with...

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