Small Cells: A critical element in the mobile systems

Posted by Aakriti Pandey on Apr 26, 2018 11:00:00 AM
  Under the strains from more clients, more gadgets, and more applications, mobile networks have increasingly needed to transport higher traffic loads. This has been putting ample stress on the present framework and disappointing endorsers when they can't utilize the services they have paid for. The increase in rush hour gridlock load will not only augment over the coming years, but it is also significantly changing how mobile operators plan, send and operate mobile systems, and charge for access. Small cells and Wi-Fi add capacity to mobile systems in ways that are analogous, and in adequately unique ways that it isn't fair to substitute one for other over the portable impression. The public isn’t ready to surrender Wi-Fi access within a reasonable time-frame - it’s become a very mainstream ‘necessity’. And just cell systems cannot singularly give the scope and portability bolster that users expect. Read More

Topics: Cellular Blog Posts

Looking back at 2017 in U.S. Telecom

Posted by Aakriti Pandey on Feb 15, 2018 11:00:00 AM
  We are well into the second month in a brand new year and I have started to fervently check off new year’s list of things to accomplish; so far I think I’m doing a decent job. Now, what I also want to look back and review from last year is the tech-trend. Having always been amazed by how technology evolves and advances every passing day ( especially so in the wireless macrocosm), I wanted to check back on what technology promised us last year and look back on which ones actually made it to reality! Read More

Topics: Commercial WiFi Blog Posts, Cellular Blog Posts

The call drops we all dread about

Posted by Aakriti Pandey on Feb 1, 2018 11:00:00 AM
  Amidst the intense debates over Net Neutrality, the long-prevalent problem of call drops in mobile networks is still a new burning subject for many people. Whether you’re taking or making a call, if it is interrupted before either party decides to end the call, it is known as the infamous call drop. The real culprit for the dropped calls may either be in the Macro or the Micro network, or both, but without the shadow of a doubt, it affects directly on the network quality perception of the carrier, and the build quality perception of the building. Not only are they annoying and frustrating, calls drops are also more worrying than blocked calls as they don’t get in the queue to re-establish a connection. The drop call rates are often used as one of the essential figures of merit to measure the quality of service in the mobile wireless networks. Read More

Topics: Commercial WiFi Blog Posts, Cellular Blog Posts

2018 will be the year of technology

Posted by Aakriti Pandey on Jan 4, 2018 11:00:00 AM
  Happy New Year and welcome to a shiny new 2018! It was a busy year in the tech world, and 2018 looks no different. We are already looking at some significant tech trends that are expected to make waves this year. While terms like Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and Blockchain dominated the technological world in 2017, the prediction is that such technologies will only get more advanced, talked about, adopted, accepted, and prevalent in 2018. Here are the five tech trends that we've been fascinated about, been writing about throughout 2017, and are probably just as keen to see it unfold as Sophia might be in Saudi Arabia!   Read More

Topics: Cellular Blog Posts

IoT (and IBW) can truly turn things around for Hotels

Posted by Aakriti Pandey on Dec 28, 2017 11:00:00 AM
  Providing outstanding customer service in the hospitality sector has always been a critical success factor for any establishment, whether for a global hotel chain or a local motel. It involves understanding the customers, their expectations, and their true needs and desires. Read More

Topics: Commercial WiFi Blog Posts, Cellular Blog Posts

Demand for more IBW capacity continues to accelerate

Posted by Aakriti Pandey on Dec 21, 2017 11:00:00 AM
As carriers continue expanding and densifying their networks to meet the capacity and bandwidth requirements that never seems to slow down, the economically viable In-Building Wireless (IBW) solutions have become more critical than ever before - and it’s only a start. Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), Single Carrier Small Cells, and Multi-Carrier Small Cells combined make up today’s in-building voice and data solutions.  Read More

Topics: Commercial WiFi Blog Posts, Cellular Blog Posts

DAS for Hospitals

Posted by Aakriti Pandey on Nov 30, 2017 11:00:00 AM
  A new wave on devices in healthcare is booming as the use of wireless local networks (WLANs) increases with its demands.  Hospitals usually seek the most coverage for services as well as in-house mobile radios, paging systems and emergency frontlines. The seamless connectivity between all equipments and communication devices is a crucial component in the operation of the hospitals and medical centers.  Read More

Topics: Public Safety DAS, Cellular Blog Posts

Top four tech trends the world needs to be ready for

Posted by Aakriti Pandey on Nov 16, 2017 11:00:00 AM
  Top four tech trends the world needs to be ready for. Let’s get onto it in a no-fluff way! Read More

Topics: Commercial WiFi Blog Posts, Cellular Blog Posts

Internet of Things (IoT) - a leap in mankind

Posted by Aakriti Pandey on Sep 28, 2017 11:00:00 AM
Almost wholly encircled by technology, we would certainly be pleased with the improvement of how we live our lives these days. While we should be grateful for the convenience and comfort we get to enjoy through this mesh called internet, looking back at how far we’ve come, it may be hard to imagine ‘what more’. However, moving ahead, The Internet of things (IoT) is said to be the next big thing. Read More

Topics: Cellular Blog Posts

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