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Aviat Networks expands presence in Canada with Redline acquisition

Aviat said that it is committed to maintaining the current engineering jobs in Canada as well as the corresponding R&D spend in the country Wireless transport solutions specialist Aviat Networks said that the completion of the acquisition of Canadian firm Redline Communications, a provider in...

Kyocera develops new technology to improve 5G and future 6G coverage

Transmissive Metasurface will help deliver high-frequency millimeter-wave 5G and 6G to places where communication is impossible due to obstacles Japanese company Kyocera said it has developed a "transmissive metasurface" technology that can redirect wireless network signals in a specific direction to improve the coverage area...

Plan the wireless networks of tomorrow with advanced geodata

Advanced cartographic geodata for wireless network planning With advanced 4G networks expanding and 5G right around the corner, network planners have a big job: build and optimize denser networks that improve coverage and bandwidth, reduce latency and minimize expenses. But how? If you work with Forsk...

Reader Forum: Stadium wireless networks – if you don’t build it, they won’t come

There was a time when sports fans brought transistor radios to games to listen to the play-by-play while they watched the game. Even then, fans were finding ways to get access to information to improve their in-stadium experience. Today, fans are engaged with smartphones. Like...

2015 Predictions: Efficiency key to wireless network success in 2015

1. Network modernization continues to be critical LTE is the latest evolution of commercial cellular systems and boasts the greatest spectral efficiency yet. Efficiency improvements, however, are not limited to spectrum, but also to the ecosystem as a whole. 2. Cloud architectures will be debated and...

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