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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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GPS has become a household term in today’s realm of technical jargon. From cellphones to personal trackers and fitness watches, GPS is everywhere. Nowhere is this more evident than in the modernization of today’s air traffic control system. There are myriad news reports of the use of GPS in aircraft but the public has been receiving only one-half of the story. While the GPS receiver will obtain the aircraft’s position via a GPS satellite this information is of little use if it cannot be shared with ground controllers and other aircraft.
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.
In this webinar, we’ll provide our view on the evolution of 5G. Will the many impacted industries work together to operationalize the networks? What will this mean for the ecosystem? We’ll look at applications and use cases for vertical market adjacencies.
Key topics include:
- Assessment of 5G capabilities related to bandwidth, latency and D2D in terms of vertical applications and use cases
- Evolutionary nature of cellular technologies and mobile ecosystem support for vertical lifecycle management
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