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Indoor Wireless Networks Transformative Horizon
This report examines the rapidly transforming in-building technology and market. A confluence of advanced technologies including LTE-Advanced Pro, 5G, LAA/LTE-U, CBRS, MulteFire and IoT will merge DAS and Small Cell architectures requiring advances in C-RAN, V-RAN, MEC and Fronthaul. Public safety networks will operate in parallel with existing P25 and Tetra and will require in-building deployment for fully redundant, fault tolerant connectivity in the building. In-building system ownership will migrate to enterprise or venue-led business models as in-building systems migrate to smaller and more numerous buildings.Continue
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As mobile service providers plan to densify their 4G and 5G networks, the United States and Europe are loosening regulations on small cell deployments, but issues concerning support infrastructure, cost, and time frames need to be addressed. Upgradeability, spectrum flexibility, and the support of advanced features are also key considerations.
Every client is assigned a key member of our research team, based on their organization’s needs and goals. And, an unlimited number of Analyst Inquiry calls are available to answer your specific questions.
May 3, 2018, 10 a.m.
Sponsored by Kathrein
Mobile cellular antennas are the unsung heroes of the mobile cellular network. They pick up and deliver your voice calls, messages, web-pages and video streams. Mobile cellular base-station antennas have been at the cutting edge of innovation as antenna vendors, like Kathrein, find novel ways to keep antennas compact, reliable, low profile and effective in covering a range of urban and rural scenarios.
With 5G just over the horizon, the need for multi-band antennas that can handle up to 5 to 10 frequencies and Multiple In, Multiple Out (MIMO) transmissions (MU-MIMO, FD-MIMO and Massive MIMO) is testing the innovative limits of antenna vendors. 5G also introduces the 3.5 GHz, and even the millimeter wave 26~28 GHz, which needs to be added to the antenna array in a tightly integrated and low profile form-factor.
This webinar will answer:
- How will 5G grow in terms of subscriptions and data traffic?
- What does the 5G standards roadmap look like?
- What is the outlook for multiband antennas and the innovations they are applying to make it possible?
- How important is MIMO to 4G and to 5G?
- What other competitive pressures impact the purchasing decision of the mobile telcos re: mobile base-station antennas?
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