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Connected Real Estate

Cobham’s VP of Coverage Rami Hasarchi explains: “Operators are facing a capacity challenge, and with more people using high-bandwidth services and the number of IoT applications growing, this will only increase. Virtualizing the RAN for in-building coverage offers the ideal solution to this problem

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Evanston Township High School

In an effort to improve cellular coverage in its 94-year-old building, Evanston Township High School District 202 worked with Cobham Wireless and a number of partners to implement a new Distributed Antenna System (DAS) that showcases the future of public safety communications.

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RCR Wireless

Cobham Wireless VP of Coverage Rami Hasarchi called out the role of centralizing radio access network equipment to better enable smart cities. “Smart cities will be a major point of focus at MWC, from the autonomous vehicles which will transport their citizens to the innovations in the medical industry which will help improve welfare.

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Telecom Lead

Digital DAS deployed in a C-RAN model will emerge as the critical network architecture required to make these concepts a reality, allowing capacity to be cost-effectively distributed to different sectors of a building or areas across a smart city.

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IT Wire

With MWC 2018 only a few weeks away, industry specialists attending the show are lining up to discuss what they think this year’s defining trends will be.

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DigiAnalysys

Digital DAS deployed in a C-RAN model will emerge as the critical network architecture required to make these concepts a reality, allowing capacity to be cost-effectively distributed to different sectors of a building or areas across a smart city.

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Ericsson: T-Mobile, Ericsson exceed 1 Gbps with LAA demo

The demo took place at T-Mobile’s Bellevue, Washington lab using Ericsson Radio System and the TM500 network test equipment from Cobham Wireless. The data speeds were achieved by combining several key LTE technologies including 256 QAM, 4×4 MIMO, and LAA by aggregating two licensed carriers and three unlicensed carriers.

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IoTnow

The launch of the iPhone in 2007 took mobile operators by complete surprise – they simply weren’t prepared for the huge increase in mobile data usage generated by the devices, says Dr. Stamatis Georgoulis, product director, Cobham Wireless.

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E&T

Li-Ke Huang, research and technology director at Cobham Wireless said: “With Brexit looming, it is important that the UK demonstrates its ambitions to develop the communications infrastructure to ensure our digital economy continues to thrive.

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Electronic Specifier

Li-Ke Huang, Research & Technology Director from Cobham Wireless commented on the budget below.
“With Brexit looming, it is important that the UK demonstrates its ambitions to develop the communications infrastructure to ensure our digital economy continues to thrive. The £500m technology investment in initiatives such as next-gen 5G networks is a step in the right direction.

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