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  • 802.11ac Devices Will Drive More Wi-Fi Offloading

    As explained in our previous blog post, Mobile Data Offloading, the increasing demand for bandwidth from mobile devices is spurring the rapid adoption of next-generation Wi-Fi technology. The new 802.11ac devices are quickly driving more and more mobile data offloading from cellular to Wi-Fi networks due to the higher data rates and greater capacity. According […]

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  • Mobile Data Offloading

    The explosion of mobile broadband devices, along with the unlimited data bundles from operators, has led to network congestion and deteriorating network quality. In response, the networks can either build denser networks with new masts closer together, or offload the data to wired networks. The plan is to eventually transfer users seamlessly to reliable Wi-Fi […]

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  • Understanding PIM Testing (Part 2 of 2)

    As discussed in part one of this blog series, Passive Intermodulation (PIM) is becoming more and more important as wireless users demand data with high speeds. It affects network speed and performance, therefore, needs to be actively monitored, making PIM testing a basic requirement. This is especially true today because of fourth generation (4G) networks […]

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  • Understanding PIM Testing (Part 1 of 2)

    What is PIM? Today’s mobile handset users expect consistently high throughput from their devices and are always pushing current networks to their limit. PIM is a series of unwanted but related frequencies that occur when two or more frequencies pass through a nonlinear device or junction. PIM is noise, interference and a quality indicator. Causes […]

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  • Considerations When Designing a Neutral Host DAS

    Wireless cellular customers depend on the mobility of their devices wherever they go. This also puts added pressure on businesses to provide a variety of wireless technologies within their building space. The resolution is a neutral host DAS; however, specific design considerations should be used to ensure long-term system growth. Consider the following when designing […]

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