In the Press

Telecoms.com

A new report commissioned by the UK government ‘slams UK 4G performance’ in an all too familiar display of opportunistic futility.

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Land Mobile

Cobham Wireless is providing early 5G terminal and network infrastructure emulation to help network vendors and operators develop their products and services.

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Broadband Choices

“With our major cities, roads and large parts of rural Britain void of reliable connectivity, it is clear that something must be done to fix the various ‘not spots’ across the country.

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TETRA Today

Meanwhile, a new approach to DAS is being pioneered by Cobham Wireless, whose versatile idDAS architecture for LTE is now being extended to public safety applications

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tele.net.in

In an interview with tele.net, Tony Robson, Modular Instruments Sales Director, Cobham Wireless, talks about the current trends in the Indian telecom test and measurement (T&M) market, the impact of 4G roll-out on the industry, and the challenges faced by T&M players in India…

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AGL Magazine

Next-generation distributed antenna system (DAS) networks are key for the next generation of public safety communications, which has greater requirements for coverage and reliability than commercial wireless communications.

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Telecoms.com

Telecoms.com periodically invites expert third parties to discuss the latest challenges facing the industry. In this post Robert Winters, Global Marketing Director at Cobham Wireless, examines the growing threat of cyber-attacks in an IoT ecosystem, and how operators can plan for the future.

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Engineering & Technology

This funding should bolster the efforts of the 5G Innovation Centre at the University of Surrey which was launched last year as a testbed for developing the new communications standard.

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Capacity Media

UK telecoms companies have welcomed government plans to commit up to £1bn to the development of 5G and fibre-to-the-property (FTTP).

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Mobile Europe

Also responding to this morning’s news, Dr Li-Ke Huang, ?Research & Technology Director at Cobham Wireless, added: “For the UK’s digital economy to benefit from the technology, it will require innovations and breakthroughs – not only in the traditional wireless technology domain, but also in the overall system design methods and principles used.

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