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July 17, 2017
What’s next for 600 MHz in the U.S.?
After about 10 months, and four stages of forward and reverse auctions, the 600 MHz incentive auction concluded in the US. Once the dust settled, the final band plan ended with 70 MHz of spectrum divided among 50 wireless licensees for a gross price of nearly $20 billion. What to do now? Comsearch’s Laura Fontaine reviews options in this blog.
October 22, 2015
A PowerShift in the Wireless Industry
CommScope just announced a new power solution for wireless cell sites called PowerShift. One of the more unique advantages of PowerShift relates to how it can extend the uptime of RF battery back-up systems. CommScope estimates that PowerShift can lengthen RF battery uptime by up to 35 percent. John Chamberlain explains more about this feature in today’s blog post.
June 25, 2015
Technical Considerations for a Successful Neutral Host DAS
Much of the literature on neutral host distributed antenna systems (DAS) deals with the various funding models, ownership and usage rights and the sometimes complex relationships between carrier operators, venue owner and neutral host. CommScope’s new white paper “Technical Considerations for a Successful Neutral Host DAS” instead discusses some of the more common technical issues involved in designing, commissioning and maintaining a neutral host DAS. It is based on CommScope’s extensive experience in the design and implementation of multicarrier, multiband DAS solutions. See Nestor Salvado’s blog post for more.
June 17, 2015
What Your DAS Needs for LTE
An LTE network has three key requirements that must be accounted for in distributed antenna system (DAS) design and equipment selection, says Luigi Tarlazzi. The network needs to be high capacity, it must have a high signal quality, and operators must be able to deploy it rapidly and cost-efficiently. See today’s blog post and the new LTE Best Practices ebook for more.