Small Cells Help Keep 5G Connected (.PDF Download)

March 23, 2016

As more users tap into wireless-communications services, the demand on wireless network capacity intensifies in both indoor and outdoor locations. Such network density or densification further pressures wireless carriers to keep pace with the increased consumption of frequency bandwidth via voice, video, and data. It also drives those carriers to expand their cellular/wireless infrastructure with minimum increases in cost or disruption of service to wireless customers. Thus, many are turning to small cells as a solution...

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