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Cells in the City: Extending Wireless Coverage
By not extending their networks into hard-to-reach urban locations, wireless carriers risk leaving money on the table, losing competitive advantage, and annoying their customers. This report discusses the in-building wireless systems market, analyzing the leading vendors of IP-based pico base stations, next-generation distributed antenna systems, and next-generation repeaters.
This report analyzes the use of IP-based pico base stations and next-generation distributed antenna systems and repeaters for extending cellular network coverage into hard-to-reach urban locations.
Table of contents (0204toc.pdf)
There is a huge range of options for carriers wanting to increase network capacity and coverage in venues such as offices, shopping malls, sports stadiums, and subway systems, according to this taxonomy (names removed). (0204tax.pdf)
The report includes digestible profiles of 13 leading vendors. Two examples are shown here. (0204prof.pdf)
Micro and pico cell vendors covered by this report:
AirWalk Communications; Contela; Ericsson (Nasdaq: ERICY); InterWave (Nasdaq: IWAV); Ip.access; Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK); RadioFrame Networks; Telos Technology
Distributed antenna systems and repeater vendors covered by this report:
Andrew Corp. (Nasdaq: ANDW); EMS Wireless (Nasdaq: ELMG); Innerwireless; Kaval Wireless Solutions; LGC Wireless; LGP Allgon (Stockholm: LGPA); Microwave Photonics; MobileAccess; Powerwave Technologies (Nasdaq: PWAV); RFS Wireless; Spotwave Wireless
Total pages: 18
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