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New Breakthrough Could Double Wireless Capacity With No New Towers
2011-09-07 06:22:05

  Rice's 'full-duplex' technology requires little hardware, could be ready for 4.5G networks The days of waiting for smartphones to upload video may be numbered. Rice University engineering researchers have made a breakthrough that could allow wireless phone companies to double throughput on their networks without adding a single cell tower. Rice's new "full-duplex" technology allows wireless devices like cell phones and electronic tablets to both "talk" and "listen" to wireless...

2011-08-19 08:30:00

TOKYO, August 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Renesas Mobile Corporation, a premier supplier of advanced cellular platforms, and Anritsu today announced that their industry leading collaboration in certification has developed and validated MIMO (Multiple Input, Multiple Output) test cases which have been accepted by 3GPP (RAN5). While MIMO has been available in the networks and some initial products are available, there have been no official certification requirements in place to...

2011-08-01 11:20:00

MORGAN HILL, Calif., Aug. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Anritsu Company announces it has enhanced the LTE measurement capabilities in its MS272xC Spectrum Master(TM) and MT822xB BTS Master(TM) series of handheld analyzers. With the new analysis tools added to the existing measurement capabilities, field engineers and technicians have handheld instruments that can conduct nearly all the measurements necessary to successfully deploy, commission, and maintain LTE networks. (Logo:...

2011-07-06 03:00:00

FLEET, England, July 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- - Best-in-class Solution Adds LTE Device Data Throughput Test Capability As LTE promises an enhanced mobile broadband experience, with data speeds on a par with fixed-line broadband, network operators and device manufacturers need to consider a comprehensive set of data throughput tests as part of LTE device acceptance and evaluation. Anite, the global leader in wireless device testing, announced today the availability of a new...

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