In the Press

EE spares no expense in hyping official 5G launch but coverage is mixed

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New DAS brings improved coverage to largest U.S. high school building

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UK May Be Stuck With Old Public Safety Network Till 2023

The ESN’s voice service aims to support ‘push-to-talk’ capabilities, which are not standardized in today’s LTE networks and require new network technology to be developed,

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The next steps for FirstNet: Defining indoor coverage specifications

By delivering a public safety network over LTE for the first time, AT&T will be able to offer first responders the capacity and bandwidth needed to communicate and share information during emergencies. The network will leverage standard features associated with the 3GPP LTE standard, such as air interfaces, systems, tools and policy elements. For the first time it will also be able to offer new mission critical voice and data services when they become available.

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On-board mobile: No more missing connections

Whether travelling for work or pleasure, inconsistent and unreliable mobile coverage is incredibly frustrating for passengers who want the same level of reliable coverage they’ve come to expect at home, or at work. With the desire for constant connectivity growing year-on-year, Anthony Sutton, VP Marketing at Cobham Wireless, explains that improving the digital experience of railways is becoming an increasing priority for both rail companies and mobile operators.

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DAS case study

DAS case study: Torre Diamante building

U.K.-based infrastructure company Cobham Wireless said it has installed its intelligent digital Distributed Antenna System (idDAS) to provide in-building connectivity for Torre Diamante building.

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IT Pro Portal

Fundamental infrastructure is required today to ensure that smart city innovation can be sustained: effective mobile coverage systems.

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Connectivity is key for realising the smart cities of the future

Ingo Flomer, Director Business Development at Cobham Wireless, examines with Information Age the problem of connectivity in realising the smart city

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