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What if you can choose how much downlink and uplink bandwidth you get? In Denmark, WiMAX subscribers at SkyLine can do so.

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Is the signaling traffic from BlackBerries, iPhones, and Android smartphones creating just as much congestion in cellular networks as actual data traffic is? There is considerable disagreement among those that I talk to, and mobile operators are not too keen to share data–but it is a topic you are likely to hear more about in the future as the implications of signaling traffic in networks dominated by data traffic become better understood.

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A new version of the white paper on Yota, the Russian WiMAX operator is now available. You can download it here. The new version includes more information on their go-to-market strategy, their business model and their plans for future services.

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A new, more varied radio access network (RAN) topology is emerging, driven by the availability of new technologies, more demanding performance, coverage and cost requirements, and innovative business models. The traditional ground-based, multi-sector macro base transceiver station (BTS) is rapidly losing its dominant position to single-sector micro and pico BTSs with a smaller footprint, and to distributed multi-sector BTSs with remote radio heads (RRHs).

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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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The press room for the Windows Phone 7 announcement was packed, so I was politely turned away – and so I could see the real unveiling of Windows Phone 7, on the streets of Barcelona (in fact in front of the hotel where the press announcement was made). It was a struggle…

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Want to read the beamforming paper in Russian? Download the Russian version here, along with an addendum.

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Yota is busy these days. The first Russian service provider to deploy a mobile WiMAX network, Yota has signed up over 350,000 customers in the six months since its commercial launch in June 2009.

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As WiMAX operators deploy new networks or expand existing ones, they face multiple choices in the selection of base station equipment. How can WiMAX operators choose the hardware solution that is most cost effective and has the faster return on investment (ROI)?

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See our latest article on Fierce Wireless here or read on.

Mobile data plans have started to evolve. U.S. mobile operators, under pressure from exploding traffic volume in their networks and grappling with network congestion, have recently announced new service pricing for voice and data.

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