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Aviat Networks wins best Microwave Backhaul Provider award in Ghana

At the recently concluded Ghana Telecom Awards held in May 2015, Aviat Networks won the Microwave Backhaul Vendor award for the second year in a row. 351 more words

Aviat Networks

India's Aircel Plots Path To 4G

While it has already gained traction in other regions, 4G technology is still nascent in India. Bharti Airtel, the country’s biggest mobile operator, has launched 4G services in a few circles (or service areas), while new entrant Reliance Jio is expected to launch services on a bigger scale later this year. 910 more words


Bringing Accurate Synchronization to Small Cell Backhaul

Delivering sub-microsecond time accuracy to the cellular base stations is one of the major challenges facing cellular providers as they deploy their new LTE networks. This is exacerbated by LTE-A’s stringent synchronization requirements and the growing use of small cells in 4G networks, which create unique challenges in the backhaul segment. 473 more words


System Design – Protect and Strengthen Your LMR System

System design is the next article taken from the new guide on how to protect and strengthen your LMR system. If you missed the first chapter you can read that here: … 840 more words

Digital Radio

5G Wireless Backhaul Networks: Challenges and Research Advances

5G Wireless Backhaul Networks:
Challenges and Research Advances by
Xiaohu Ge, Hui Cheng, Mohsen Guizani, and Tao Han
This paper was published on IEEE Network • November/December 2014… 110 more words


Your Network Deserves Better than a Regular Router

Mobile network operators (MNOs) continue to reap the windfall of the widespread adoption of smartphones. Mobile data volumes spiked initially and still rise quarter over quarter. 177 more words

From The Field

Heterogeneous Networks – How complex can they get?

It’s no secret that mobile networks are under tremendous stress, and data capacity is at an all-time high. Consumers want and require constant connectivity and the standards have become very high, making operators play catch-up with the higher set of expectations from customers. 417 more words