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Blue Danube Systems completes FDD LTE Massive MIMO commercial trials with Shentel and AT&T

Blue Danube Systems completes FDD LTE Massive MIMO commercial trials with Shentel and AT&T

Blue Danube Systems, a provider of mobile wireless access solutions, has announced that it has completed first commercial trials of its Massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) system in licensed FDD (Frequency Division Duplex) LTE spectrum. …

Sam Fenwick, 16th February 2017
Does Vodafone have ESN over a barrel?

Does Vodafone have ESN over a barrel?

The Home Office's plan to replace the Airwave TETRA network with the LTE-based Emergency Services Network could be faced with more turmoil, following the news that Motorola Solutions subcontractor Vodafone has announced its intention to switch off i…

Sam Fenwick, 1st February 2017
DNA boosts Finnish broadband coverage

DNA boosts Finnish broadband coverage

Finnish telecommunications group DNA has made spectrum in the 700 MHz band available to boost mobile broadband coverage, particularly in sparsely populated areas of the country. The move was accomplished in collaboration with Ericsson Radio System. E…

Philip Mason, 1st February 2017
UK healthcare: Saving lives with wireless tech

UK healthcare: Saving lives with wireless tech

Philip Mason looks at some of the ways wireless communications are being used in the UK’s increasingly stretched public health sector The most important thing is to make every second count, which in turn frees up staff to see more patients and …

Philip Mason, 30th January 2017
Facewatch: Fighting crime with facial recognition

Facewatch: Fighting crime with facial recognition

Facewatch’s chairman Simon Gordon explains his plans to bring the benefits of facial recognition technology to UK companies, with big implications for crime prevention Most people see thousands of things in life they’d like to change. But v…

Sam Fenwick, 30th January 2017
City of London to roll out gigabit Wi-Fi mesh network this year

City of London to roll out gigabit Wi-Fi mesh network this year

The City of London will replace the current free Wi-Fi Service provided by the Cloud, with a new gigabit Wi-Fi mesh network to provide users with free unlimited connectivity and this will be in place later this year. It will be the single largest invest…

Sam Fenwick, 9th January 2017
Heathrow: The runway to new radio

Heathrow: The runway to new radio

Heathrow airport’s Jason Trimmer talks to Sam Fenwick about his plans to migrate Britain’s major transport hub to a new digital radio platform “Heathrow has grand ambitions. We strive to be the best airport in the world and provide o…

Sam Fenwick, 3rd January 2017
5G: Going the extra mile

5G: Going the extra mile

5G is getter closer, with US operators looking to deploy it for fixed wireless and a growing consensus on how to address issues surrounding the use of millimetre-wave frequencies. Sam Fenwick has the details In this year’s autumn statement to t…

Sam Fenwick, 3rd January 2017
Multi-beam antennas: Delivering the capacity hot spots demand

Multi-beam antennas: Delivering the capacity hot spots demand

Peter Jackson, chief marketing officer at Communication Components Inc (CCI), discusses the benefits multi-beam antennas can bring to mobile network operators seeking to increase capacity and quality of service. In an age of smart phones, wireless data…

Admin, 12th December 2016
In the market for... rugged smartphones

In the market for... rugged smartphones

Choosing the right smartphone is fairly straightforward, but what do you need to know about purchasing their rugged counterparts? Simon Creasey has all the answers Rugged smartphone users are a demanding bunch. First there are their ‘must-have&rs…

Admin, 30th November 2016
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