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LTE Device Ecosystem: Design, Test, Launch and Repair

in Video, Webinar, RCR Wireless, LTE

RCR Wireless Editorial Webinar: The number of LTEi devices is exploding rapidly, from 269 devices in January 2012 to 560 devices produced by 83 suppliers as of November 2012. Getting an LTE smartphone, tablet, or USB modem into users' hands is no simple task, however.

Broadcom's upcoming LTE modem

in Video, Broadcom, LTE

Broadcom's Lars Johnsson shows how the company's newest LTEi modem will use space, power and spectrum more efficiently.

Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 4G LTE hands-on

in Video, Samsung, Samsung Galaxy Note, LTE

Hands-on with the just announced Galaxy Note 10.1 with Verizon 4G LTEi. Available later this month.

Driving New Revenues with Policy Management and Subscriber Engagement

in Video, Webinar

Openwave Mobilityi Webinar: Policy Decision and Policy Enforcement in mobile data networks is evolving beyond basic blocking and throttling of traffic to enabling advanced use cases and capabilities.

Listen to Openwave Mobility discuss how mobile operators can achieve tangible and measurable increases in ARPU by deploying Policy Engagement.

Maximizing LTE MIMO Throughput Using Drive Test Measurements

in Video, Webinar, MIMO, LTE

MIMOi antenna transmission schemes are critical for unlocking the high data rates achievable through LTEi. A clear understanding of the RF environment, which primarily governs MIMO performance, helps operators to save infrastructure dollars and better optimize their LTE networks.

BroadSoft Webinar: How Mobile Operators Can Monetize Their LTE Investments

in Video, Webinar, BroadSoft, LTE

Moderator: Jeff Mucci, CEO & Editorial Director, RCR Wireless News
Presenter: Michael Blauer, Director of Solutions Product Management, BroadSoft

This webinar will detail key strategies for how mobile operators can start monetizing their LTEi investments immediately.

2012 TWS: Video over LTE Testing Aspects

in Video, Rohde & Schwarz, LTE

Andreas Roessler, Technology Manager for Rohde & Schwarz, provides attendees at the 2012 Texas Wireless Summit with an overview of challenges associated with testing video over LTEi.

LTE North America 2012 Show Highlights

in Video, LTE North America, LTE

LTEi North America reaffirmed itself as North America's premier networking event for the 4G community as it welcomed a record-breaking 1,000 visitors at the Fairmont Dallas Hotel, a 66% growth in attendees since 2011.

Optimizing Small Cells for Coverage and Capacity: An End-to-End Approach

in Video, Webinar, JDSU, Small Cell, Femtocell, LTE

JDSU Webinar: Carriers are struggling to keep up with capacity demands while simultaneously increasing coverage. Throwing more spectrum at the problem is expensive, and only part of the solution. Bringing the network closer to users with small cells can help address these problems, but only bridges the gap for today's divide—what about tomorrow?

LTE North America 2012: Alcatel Lucent COO Sandy Motley recaps keynote

in Video, LTE North America, LTE

RCR Wireless News Editor-in-Chief Dan Meyer talked with Alcatel-Lucent COO Sandy Motley about her keynote address at this year's LTEi North America event, including insight into the company's plans to help carriers monetize their LTE networks.

How to Manage Video Congestion Holistically in a Mobile Network

in Video, Webinar, LTE

Openwave Mobilityi Webinar: Operators must meet the challenge OTT traffic creates for the network and mitigate the negative impacts of congestion especially on video services.

Ethernet Expo 2012: Vitesse on 4G/LTE Network Timing

in Video, Small Cell, Vitesse Semiconductor, 4G, LTE

Vitesse Semiconductor CTO Martin Nuss discusses the unique challenges for small cell deployments and the importance of nanosecond-accurate timing in 4G/LTEi and LTE-Advanced networks

The Importance of Difference - HetNet

in Video, HetNet, Small Cell, 4G, Femtocell, LTE

This presentation was given at the Small Cells MENA event, Oct 2012 by ip.access CTO, Dr. Nick Johnson.
Part 1 of this presentation will cover:
- The Heterogenous [HetNet] and why we have it?
- The multi-standard HetNet, Why is it different? Why is it important?