In the Press

Light Reading

The TM500 network test system is the first commercial infrastructure test platform to support Release 12 5CC carrier aggregation for emulating mobile devices up to Category 16.

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Defining Electronics

Cobham Wireless continues to lead the field in providing the tools for leading network infrastructure vendors and operators to roll out the high bandwidth and high speed services promised by successive 3GPP LTE-A releases.

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telecompaper

Further coverage on the TM500 network test system now supporting the validation of 4G networks and base stations using carrier aggregation of up to five individual component carriers (5CC).

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Wireless Week

Aggregating bandwidth from five spectrum blocks allows mobile operators to achieve download data rates of up to 1 Gbps, as demonstrated recently by Telstra and Ericsson in a live LTE-A network in Australia.

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Telecoms.com

Ingo Flomer, Director of Product Management at Cobham Wireless, discusses the RF challenges impacting the deployment of VoLTE services.

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Smart Chimps

For the last two years the industry’s focus has been firmly placed on 5G, with speculation centring on the impact the new protocol may have and potential timeframes for deployment.

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Telecompaper

Vodafone and Telefonica have upgraded mobile coverage in Berlin for the New Year’s Eve celebrations on Strasse des 17. Juni, Teltarif.de reports.

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ELE Times

Despite the development work taking place on 5G, the 4G LTE/LTE-Advanced standard is still continuing to grow and evolve, and new networks are still being rolled out.

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Communications Today

[Page 37] With the evolution of LTE and LTE advanced, the stage has been reached where all of the data required is now at our fingertips through a range of devices.

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Railway Strategies

Ingo Flomer discusses the challenges of providing connectivity across the rail system, and some of the communications systems innovations that are improving passenger experience and safety.

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