We dedicated this issue to the key trends of the last 12 months in this rapidly evolving sector of the telecom industry. Thank you for your readership, have the best of holidays and we will see you next year as we publish the second and fourth Thursday of each month.
The Lynx series of products, capable of true 1 Gbps system throughput and up to 1.5 Gbps, from Trango is in full production and shipping the new Lynx series of wireless backhaul systems. The Lynx series point to point microwave radios are available for all worldwide standard licensed frequency bands from 6 to 42 GHz…. Continue »
DragonWave has introduced its 60 GHz technology in the Horizon Compact+ and Avenue Link product lines. Currently in production, DragonWave’s 60 GHz products have already been deployed in small cell mobile operator trials and are suited for metro deployment in small cell architectures because of their small form factor and high-capacity, low-delay transport capabilities. … Continue »
Athena Wireless Communications has launched Pixie, an LTE small cell platform complete with field-proven, fully-functional eNodeB software. The Athena Pixie enables OEMs and system integrators to create differentiated LTE small cell solutions in a shorter time and at a lower cost. Pixie is available in a 6 inch by 6 inch indoor ceiling-mount package, a… Continue »
It is difficult for any radio service to thrive without sympathetic officials at the FCC. There are two ways the commission can provide aid, more spectrum and less regulation. Small-cell technology benefited from initiatives in both areas in 2013. In February, the FCC took action to increase WiFi network speeds and reduce congestion through a… Continue »
WiFi networks being deployed by cable companies increased dramatically in 2013, setting up MSOs to be leading low-cost providers of nomadic broadband data service. Cable customers now can access free WiFi in in hotspots that are strategically located in high-traffic areas such as restaurants, malls, sports arenas, parks in a growing number of cities through… Continue »