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Sarah Thomas
Sarah Thomas
12/4/2013 | 6:48:45 AM
Re: Small Cells
Nice. Thanks for sharing the link, jopocop. I'm glad what he took from the report is, "In other words, small cells are a great-tasting, gluten-free snack with little sodium and very few calories." :)

12/3/2013 | 10:36:15 PM
Small Cells
A strong and top list of leaders and gurus on small cells.  The way it is shaping up, there will be a variety of such solutions, to match what particular telcos will really need for their network conditions and customer load or characteristics.  No doubt, there will be continuing innovations and a better "mousetrap" being advocated constantly to everyone.  Testing will be very extensive and prolonged too.

This article below came out with reference to this review provided today.


Sarah Thomas
Sarah Thomas
12/3/2013 | 9:10:17 AM
Operators and vendors
The list is operator heavy, but that's on purpose, because they are the ones that dictate what the mini-RANs need, where they'll go, and how the actually work in the network. That will be an interesting thing to keep an eye on -- how they handle interference, handoff, etc, once deployed. But, right now, it's up to the vendors to deliver on multimode small cells. I suspect we'll see a lot more activity soon. 

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