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Terrestrial Wireless Support

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Why can’t traditional systems keep up with growing wireless demands?

  • Spectrum is increasingly expensive and limited
  • As cells are loaded with users and traffic, performance is suffering
  • 5G small cells offer limited capacity gains over 4G
  • Densification gains are being limited by handover boundaries and related interference
  • Massive-MIMOs can't provide consistent coverage and performance

Wi-Fi and DAS enable you to expand coverage by adding antennas. But that does nothing to increase total capacity. In fact, the more antennas you add, the more traffic the network tries to carry and the worse its performance becomes. 

LTE/5G small cells enable you to expand coverage by adding more cells. These also add capacity – at first.  But those gains are cut short by increased interference and handover losses at cell boundaries. Capacity growth stops and network performance declines. Network set-up also requires detailed frequency planning to manage interference and deal with metal structures – which must be repeated with each change to the facility. 

Moreover as workplace changes, the more time and money you have to sink into the network. Because every change requires detailed frequency planning to manage interference and deal with the metal structures, walls, and other barriers under your roof.

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