Building a 3.5 GHz fixed-wireless network is a smart decision. It’s less expensive than wireline to install, it cost-effectively supports booming consumer demand for capacity, and government funding can make the business case even more attractive. Yet new technology comes with a learning curve.
Operators in Australia, Canada and Ireland partnered with Alpha Wireless to build 3.5 GHz networks that met their targets for high performance. Get the details in our new white paper.
In the unrelenting cycle of breakneck change, accelerated by the proliferation of the Internet, mobile operators find themselves in an unprecedented situation - supporting the demand for progressive enhancement of network performance while, in parallel, sustaining an erosion of revenue from [...]
Antenna Selection and Optimisation for Small Cell Networks (with InfoVista) Using a radio’s integrated antenna is convenient, but it will require a largersite count, and will only offer mediocre network performance. The careful choice of antennas improves network performance while decreasing overall capital investment. Using [...]
Antenna quality impacts mobile network performance Poor quality antennas are now a major limiting factor in the performance of high capacity mobile networks. So why do operators often ignore them? Customers are demanding more from mobile networks every day, while operators struggle to keep up with [...]
Optimised Antenna Radiation Patterns Reduce Overall Network Iinterference Mobile network users always look for the best quality of service (QoS). The QoS depends on many factors such as the technology, the coverage, the capacity of the mobile network, etc. Interference is a factor as important [...]
Alpha Wireless helps operator increase sector capacity. Mezon (www.mezon.lt) is a wireless broadband operator based in Lithuania. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of TeleCentras, the Lithuanian TV and Radio network (www.lrtc.lt). Mezon was experiencing unacceptable interference in parts of its network. They identified this [...]