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“Professional” WiFi on the move

Stephen Rayment, Head of Technology for Wi-Fi Products at Ericsson, (former CTO of Belair Networks) gave an interesting exposé at the Johannesberg Summit of what is going on in the “professional” (“carrier”) WiFi scene and what developments to expect. Have … Continue reading

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WiFI offload – getting ahead of the bandwidth curve NOW

The telecom industry is still struggling with the concept of ‘commodity’ (spelled as IP-bit pipes). Are we dealing with a “destructive race for the bottom” in a market which wants more and more bandwidth at cheaper and cheaper prices?  While … Continue reading

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PIMRC 2011-Towards small cell technologies

In PIMRC’ 11, I atteded one tutorial and presented two technical papers. The tutorial was about femtocell intereference management. The values from the tutorial were that it categorized very well general approaches in femtocell interference management and overviewd the concept of recently developed Stochastic Geometry. It was … Continue reading

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