Monthly Archives: April 2012

Stealth wireless

Seems that the radiation hazard issue is still much alive. Operators try to hide their antennas or to put them in inconspicuous disguises like trees or lampposts.  On the other hand, looking at the example on the left, how inconspicuous … Continue reading

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India – a major overhaul of spectrum policy

The Indian Telecom Authority (TRAI) has launched an extensive report on the future spectrum policy in India with a total transfer of 2G spectrum in 900 MHz to 1800 MHz in a grand refarming project ( And the outcome of … Continue reading

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Korean industry looking ahead to 5G

Yours truly made an interesting study trip to Korea and the Seoul area last week.  A busy program contained talks at Yonsei University as well as industry visits at Samsung Electronics, LG and HFR.   At Yonsei, our host Seong-Lyun Kim … Continue reading

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IEEE WCNC’12-Active discussions on (expected) mobile data traffic avalanche

There was IEEE WCNC 2012 conference in Paris from 1st to 4th of April. The hot issue during the conference was how to provide 1000 times more capacity. There seemed a consensus on general approaches to solve this challenge: higher network … Continue reading

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