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In this white paper, "AeroMACS: A common platform for air traffic management applications,"  sponsored by the WiMAX Forum, I  looked at wireless applications that support the ground segment of air traffic management. AeroMACS is the technology that can bring broadband connectivity in airports to connect fixed and mobile assets, staff, and aircraft, to airlines, airport authorities and traffic control agencies.

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Our latest white paper, sponsored by the WiMAX Forum, is about advances in telecommunication technologies that are ushering in a fundamental shift in air traffic management (ATM), aimed at reducing flight delays, airport congestion and the environmental impact of flying, while increasing air safety and security.

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In our second conversation for our upcoming report on carrier Wi-Fi and small cells, we talked to Ronny Haraldsvik, CMO at SpiderCloud Wireless on small cells and Wi-Fi in the enterprise, and the role for mobile operators in the enterprise

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The presentation in London on  Estimating data demand from data traffic at the Broadband Traffic Management Congress, London, November 2013 is now available for download. 

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More on small cell - this is a conversation with Dan Picker at Purewave who has been working on small cells for a long time, building them and helping operators deploy them.

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M2M has a staggering potential for disrupting wireless telecoms on a scale comparable to mobile broadband, yet growth is still elusive. A new model that relies on smartphones or tablet to display and aggregate data may change that, but it may also threaten the monetization efforts from mobile operators.

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Vertical applications have become one of the hot areas in the wireless industry. With cellular penetration approaching saturation and subscriber ARPU slowly declining or remaining stable despite the strong growth in mobile data adoption, turning to applications where humans are not required or only play an ancillary part is understandably appealing.

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Vertical applications are all of a sudden one of the hottest topics in wireless. No longer limited to narrowband connections to monitor truck drivers' location, they are set to create the "Internet of things" with an explosion of connected devices, from your toaster and fridge, to the largest nuclear power plant. The potential for growth is huge--for each person there are multiple devices that may eventually get connected to a wireless network.

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Lithuanian WiMAX operator Mezon (owned by LRTC) is working to bring WiMAX to the public transportation system.

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Wireless broadband networks in public transportation have been lagging behind in the US compared to Western Europe or Asia Pacific regions. Over the last year, however, we have noticed a sharp change in attitudes, with virtually all public transit operators actively engaged in some plan, trial or initial rollout of wireless broadband technologies, and, notably, with a new sense of urgency.

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