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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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Next week I will participate in a webinar sponsored by F5 Networks entitled "How to scale network growth to match business goals. The role of context-aware traffic management in service customization" along with Leonid Burakovsky, Senior Director of Strategic Solutions, F5 Networks, and Misbah Mahmoodi, Product Marketing Manager, F5 Networks.

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There is a near universal consensus among mobile operators that small cells allow operators to use their existing and new spectrum assets more intensely by increasing the capacity density but there are still many areas of uncertainty. And backhaul may be the biggest one.

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The wireless industry has settled on a single interface for 4G networks, LTE. Gone are the holy wars, first pitting GSM against CDMA; then W-CDMA against EV-DO; and finally HSPA/LTE against WiMAX. Operators can now focus their resources on new network topologies, and how to increase spectral efficiency and capacity.

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New report available at GigaOM Pro

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Finally Clearwire has publicly announced its commitment to move to LTE. The decision to adopt LTE was a widely expected, and probably an unavoidable one, but there were (and still are) many open questions on how the transition will take place, in terms of timeline, technology, the relationship with Sprint, and, perhaps more crucially, of funding.

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UQ Communications and Samsung have demonstrated in Tokyo that WiMAX2 is ready for prime time, with download speeds of up to 140 mbps in a 20 MHZ channel in a dense and challenging urban environment.

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Since Yota, the Russian WiMAX operator, announced a year ago its plans to move to FDD LTE to everybody's surprise, there have been many more developments from operators and vendors that cast some light on the timeline and process of the transition to LTE and on the operators committed to it.

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With dual-mode devices, operators can reduce upfront costs and gain flexibility as they migrate to LTE. A white paper compares the financial benefits for operators who move to LTE with and without dual-mode devices

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The growth in data traffic is not uniform across the network, or across subscribers. Traffic caps may reduce traffic, but do not increase network efficiency which is what operators need

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