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SureCall White Paper: As Data Demand Grows, ‘Eventually Everyone Has to Go to mmWave’

The deployment of mmWave 5G networks has been a slow roll. First, there was skepticism that mmWave was viable in a mobility use case which has been proved out in the field. Now there’s scrutiny on the business case, which through selective deployment in...

SureCall announces record speed with 5G booster on Verizon’s network

5G signal booster vendor SureCall has announced the results of a field-based study of its Horizon booster on Verizon’s 5G mmWave Ultra Wideband (UWB) network. In a release, SureCall stated that the field study consistently produced near 3 Gbps of data speed. The team tested download...

Verizon deploys network repeaters to expand 5G mmWave coverage

Last year, SureCall Founder & CEO Hongtao Zhan told RCR Wireless News that he believes that in five years, a staggering 80% of millimeter wave (mmWave) 5G networks will be made up of signal amplifiers, such as repeaters or boosters. While that remains to...

Editorial Report: Figuring out 5G NR: Covering indoors and outdoors with millimeter wave

To provide those multi-gigabit data rates 5G has promised, millimeter wave is a key piece of the spectrum puzzle. But, given its challenging propagation characteristics, operators have to take a thoughtful approach to deploying millimeter wave outdoors. As early deployments in stadiums and arenas have...

Editorial Webinar: Figuring out 5G NR: Covering indoors and outdoors with millimeter wave

To provide those multi-gigabit data rates 5G has promised, millimeter wave is a key piece of the spectrum puzzle. But, given its challenging propagation characteristics, operators have to take a thoughtful approach to deploying millimeter wave outdoors. As early deployments in stadiums and arenas have...

Editorial Report: Network densification – Providing a consistent 5G experience

As digital services evolve and users continue to demand faster speeds and higher connectivity, network densification is proving to be a key driver for enabling successful 5G networks. Through the process of increasing available network capacity through the addition of more cell sites, 5G...

Editorial Webinar: Network densification – Providing a consistent 5G experience

As digital services evolve and users continue to demand faster speeds and higher connectivity, network densification is proving to be a key driver for enabling successful 5G networks. Through the process of increasing available network capacity through the addition of more cell sites, 5G...

SureCall releases first FCC-compliant 5G mmWave signal booster

The 5G mmWave signal booster is an embedded, customizable module It’s no secret that while millimeter wave (mmWave) 5G transmitters offer incredibly fast speeds and amazingly low latency, they also operate over relatively short distances and aren’t very good at penetrating obstacles, particularly certain types...

Editorial Report: Challenges of Deploying FirstNet Compliant In-Building Wireless Systems

What does it mean to have a building that is FirstNet ready? This report digs into various type of in-building coverage strategies for public safety users and how industry players are trying to get first responders the indoor coverage that is integral to their daily...

Editorial Webinar: Challenges of Deploying FirstNet Compliant In-Building Wireless Systems

What does it mean to have a building that is FirstNet ready? This webinar digs into various type of in-building coverage strategies for public safety users and how industry players are trying to get first responders the indoor coverage that is integral to their...

Editorial Webinar: How to bring 5G in-building

5G, the next generation of wireless technology, is poised to have a significant impact on the commercial real estate industry--if stakeholders can coalesce on a straightforward strategy to bring 5G indoors. As 5G ’s enhanced IoT capabilities enable more of the built environment to...

Editorial Report: How to bring 5G in-building

5G, the next generation of wireless technology, is poised to have a significant impact on the commercial real estate industry--if stakeholders can coalesce on a straightforward strategy to bring 5G indoors. As 5G ’s enhanced IoT capabilities enable more of the built environment to...

Editorial Report: The Small Cell Scale Problem: How do we get to ultra-dense networks?

How does the telecom industry get to 5G and ultra-dense networks? Small cells don't really scale well now -- not because of the equipment itself but because of siting and regulatory issues plus cost and backhaul. How does the industry get to even denser...

What does 5G mean for signal boosters?

CEO of signal booster specialist SureCall looks to the 5G future 5G signal boosters will be an essential part of delivering next-generation services inside buildings, Hongtao Zhan, SureCall CEO, told RCR Wireless News in an interview. The executive said the technology could be in market...

Meeting Demand for Cellular Connectivity in the Mid-Market

In the last 30-years, tastes and preferences have shifted toward 24/7 connectivity. As older generations have adopted the new technology, younger generations have grown with it, and vast industries have embedded it into their operations, electronic companies have expanded their service offerings, thereby placing...

FCC opens up rules governing signal boosters

Rule change applies to "provider-specific" signal boosters Cellular signal boosters provide a real benefit for both consumer and enterprise users; but some of the systems, which capture, amplify and distribute carrier frequencies generally to solve for in-building coverage issues, can interfere with macro service provider...

Opex model vs. service model for in-building cellular

As carrier spend slows, how should enterprises fund in-building cellular? Carriers have a limited pool of money to spend on in-building cellular systems. As such, that investment is targeted toward marquee venues like stadia, transportation hubs and the like, and to high-priority customers. This paradigm...

Signal boosters for enterprise in-building wireless

The term “signal booster” is often associated with a consumer-facing product meant to amplify indoor cellular coverage often in a residential setting. However, as enterprises increasingly look to self-fund in-building wireless connectivity, more robust, business-facing products have been developed to address the lucrative market...

In-building wireless: 4 things to know

In-building wireless was the topic of the most recent RCR Wireless News webinar and feature report. Here are four key takeaways from the webinar. 1. Buildings want multi-operator support. SureCall's Frankie Smith, VP of sales, said his company surveys potential customers to find out...

Feature Webinar: Enterprise DAS, small cells and signal boosters: indoor densification case studies and strategies

The challenge of improving connectivity for the enterprise involves multiple stakeholders: building owners, tenants, equipment suppliers, integrators, infrastructure providers and of course wireless carriers. Successful solutions are those that can deliver a better experience for the end user and a positive ROI for the...

Feature Report: Enterprise DAS, small cells and signal boosters: indoor densification trends and strategies

The challenge of improving connectivity for the enterprise involves multiple stakeholders: building owners, tenants, equipment suppliers, integrators, infrastructure providers and of course wireless carriers. Successful solutions are those that can deliver a better experience for the end user and a positive ROI for the...

How to lower the cost of enterprise in-building wireless

DAS, signal boosters and a small cell/DAS hybrid approach to in-building wireless for the enterprise The need for robust in-building wireless systems for enterprise users is well-established. The vast majority of mobile traffic originates inside buildings, and, particularly in the context of an office, retail...

SureCall White Paper: Passive DAS is an Affordable Alternative to Many DAS Installations

Active DAS covers very large areas, but this is often at high cost and installation complexity. Because of the combined  cost and lengthy installation times, many organizations decide not to proceed with their active DAS installations. Of the lost jobs, eight out of ten...

Indoor coverage and ROI at CTIA’s Super Mobility

Vendors focus on indoor coverage at Super Mobility Bolstering indoor cellular coverage economically continues to be a challenge for mobile operators, and a number of vendors launched new products aimed at solving that problem at CTIA's Super Mobility show this week. The cost of in-building coverage solutions...

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