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EE: The Road to 5G

12/16/2014
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Andy Sutton, the principal network architect at UK mobile operator EE, explains how his company is using Wembley stadium as a wireless test bed and how that's helping EE to plan the evolution to 5G.
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pzernik
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pzernik,
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12/27/2014 | 8:06:22 AM
Re: Stadium Traffic
Very possible.  Everyone wants to be fameous, right?  Imagine the day when people will be able to hold their phones cameras up displaying a player on the field....Added to the phone's display a virtual indication of the player's name, stats, on-going play, etc.  
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jabailo,
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12/16/2014 | 3:00:15 PM
Stadium Traffic
At the Seattle stadiums, CenturyLink and Safeco, wireless communications is horrendous.  Businesswise, I can see why they would fear open access to their "show".   Every smartphone is a potential Tv studio.  What happens when I sit with my LG in the front row, and do a commentary complete with video for my stream audience?

 
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