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Shahar Peleg at Siklu talks to Lance Hiley about Siklu's all-silicon technology for small-cell backhaul in our latest conversation on small-cell backhaul.

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A quick update on Sprints small cell plans from the analyst meeting in Kansas City

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The article in the Mobile World Daily at MWC covers the results. of the mobile operators survey. Here are the numbers, global and by region, showing some interesting variation.

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What will drive disruption in the wireless industry over the next three years? In a survey sponsored by Radisys, we posed this question to decision makers and thought leaders at mobile operators worldwide to get their personal insights. This is what we found...

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LTE does not only deliver more capacity to mobile operators overwhelmed by traffic growth. It is also brings innovation in the RAN, where operators have started to experiment with new topologies, new ways to leverage existing equipment in new deployments, and more flexible network planning and managing tools and interference.

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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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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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Data caps have become the first line of defense of mobile operators against network congestion. But it is becoming increasingly obvious that imposing limitations on traffic allowances is not an effective tool to manage traffic, and in fact it may have unintended negative effects on congestion

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Some WiMAX operators have indicated their intention to move to LTE or their interest in transitioning to the new technology. A transition from WiMAX to LTE is possible, and in some cases it will be a straightforward and relatively inexpensive network upgrade, but in all cases it will require good planning from the operator. In this column published in FierceBroadbandWireless we discuss what it takes for WiMAX operators to move to LTE.

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I just finished an article on TD-LTE and how it will affect WiMAX, in the short term and in the long term. No longer a Chinese technology, TD-LTE makes LTE far more interesting (and disruptive) than FDD-LTE alone.

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