The Ultimate Tower Switch

We listened. Broadband service providers told us how frustrated they were with field connections at tower locations. They said that there had to be an easier way to connect radios,…

Cable Designed for the Long Term

It is ironic that one of the top causes of system outages in wireless communications turns out to be a wire (actually a cable). Ensuring high system uptime and performance requires…

Sustainable Innovation

With technology advancing at a rapid clip, innovation often steals the spotlight. What’s missing from these reports on the newest breakthroughs is how sustainable they are for end users. This is partly because demonstrable sustainability is unknown at the time of release, but also because in technology, sustainability can be…

3 GHz global spectrum usage in wireless broadband

Broadband connectivity benefits everyone, and wireless broadband enables connectivity to be available faster and at a lower cost than trenching. Wireless broadband requires RF spectrum - a scarce limited resource Because of the tremendous demand for broadband, government regulators and corporations have to answer critical questions regarding spectrum allocation. These…

Practical Time Transport

We’re not talking about time travel here, at least not in the way used by Marty McFly and Doc Brown in the Back to the Future films. Instead, we’re talking about accurate synchronization in mobile networks. Synchronization isn’t likely to be the basis for a blockbuster movie franchise but it’s…

Collisions Hurt Performance

Demand for broadband is high and increasing. Wireless is a great solution to provide connectivity, but spectrum is limited. Service providers are seeking solutions that enable them to broadcast the highest total throughput in the available spectrum. While looking at the throughput of an individual access point is certainly important,…

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