Base stations/repeaters

Choosing the right base station(s) for your radio network requires careful thought if you're going to get all the functionality you need - especially if you're tempted to use handsets from another manufacturer

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Axione to begin £300m FTTP rollout in Fife

Newly launched fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) wholesaler Axione UK has applied for planning permission to begin its £300m full-fibre rollout in Scotland.

The UK subsidiary of French firm Axione Fibre has made an application to Fife Council for permission to install four ...

Uplink speed record set by Ericsson

Ericsson has teamed up with Telstra and Qualcomm to achieve the highest uplink peak rate ever recorded using 5G dual connectivity and carrier aggregation.

Using Ericsson’s New Radio-Dual Connectivity (NR-DC) software, a smartphone test device powered by Qualcomm’s ...

Chewton Glen Hotel gains two-way radio solution

Premier Communications Electronics (PCE) has completed a successful trial roll-out of Motorola’s digital two-radio solutions at the 18th century Chewton Glen estate in Hampshire.

Chewton Glen, an estate which contains a luxury hotel within a country house building, ...

Hyperoptic hires new MD

Hyperfast full-fibre broadband provider Hyperoptic has announced the appointment of a new managing director for its infrastructure team.

Former Openreach fibre build director Lisa Neale will be responsible for delivering the company’s network rollout ambitions. Neale ...

EE sets new 4G target for Shared Rural Network

BT-owned EE has announced plans to upgrade more than 2,000 mobile sites to 4G by June 2024 as part of the operator's commitment to the Shared Rural Network (SRN).

The government and four of the UK's leading mobile network operators - EE, O2 (now Virgin Media 02), ...

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Jason Johur Big Interview

Philip Mason talks to Ericsson strategy and market development director Jason Johur about the opportunities created by mission-critical organisations’ increasing use of broadband

The Big Interview section across the past couple of issues of Land Mobile has ...

BT’s 5G university challenge

Philip Mason talks to BT’s principal technology partner, David Wrout, about the UK’s first dedicated 5G network at the campus of Warwick University

One of the themes of the latest issue of Land Mobile is the way in which ‘work’ is likely to be carried out in a ...

The next steps for 5G

MWC 2020 may have been cancelled, but vendors still unveiled plenty of new products and solutions. Here, Land Mobile picks out a few of the announcements made by some of the major cellular infrastructure vendors.

Unsurprisingly, the vast majority of new product and ...

5G indoor coverage

Corning’s Michelle Engarto discusses cellular indoor coverage solutions and how the company is preparing for the 5G revolution.

Michelle Engarto, VP, wireless product management at Corning Optical Communications, is responsible for its wireless portfolio, which ...

60 secs with Thomas Brewster

Thomas joined Transport for London (TfL) on its graduate programme in 2012 after initially taking a Project Analyst role at Associated British Foods (ABF). At ABF, he assisted a delivery team with the implementation of a new warehousing Enterprise Resource Planning System for ...

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