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Streaming (& Archiving) 4GWE.

The last three years have been pretty amazing.  Thanks to Apple's iPhone we finally got to see what its like to have "full" access to the Internet.  The iPhone shifted everyone's strategies, and where LTE looked like it would...

Wireless Backhaul is Fiber?

Our pal Gary Kim highlighted up the In-Stat report on Wireless Backhaul.  Its an interesting report and helps to show some segmentation in the marketplace.  For Verizon the LTE build out has them moving as much as possible to fiber...

Why we are here? 4GWE Rewind

I took the liberty of heavily editing  Brough Turner or Dialogic discussion from the "Our Genealogy" session.  When we come to the west coast we broke up the tutorial so that Brough Turner and Fanny Mlinarsky had more latitude to...

This is ARMless: Nokia & Intel

In case you missed it yesterday, the great news was that Intel and Nokia started up their working together again.Why do I like this?  While I covet an N97 (or even a refurbished N95), my favorite Nokia device was the...

4Gee - What happened to Nortel?

The road ahead is not as clear cut as people would like to make it.  Case in point is Nortel.  The 3GPP type assets were sold to Nokia Siemens Networks.Previously the WiMAX side of the shop was scuttled.So what does...

Loosening the Focus - MiMO Channel Emulation

A few years back the dial up experience of the Internet made application delivery a troublesome experience.  Today with relatively small throughput in the way of access pipes, people have found applications relatively easy to get to without knowledge...

What Happens in Vegas, Didn't Stay Very Long

In my opinion, CTIA, which took place in Vegas last week, suffered quite a bit for a number of reasons.  Now that CTIA is no longer fighting the battle with GSMA, the event was suffering from survivor's guilt.  The show...

Is it Smart to call it a SmartPhone?

The New York Times this week had a great article about the computer chip manufacturers coming into the telecom industry.  The article had lots of good references but I think it missed the major part of the story.  Phones, even...

Qualcomm gets off the UMB sidetrack and embraces LTE

Having lunch with our future speaker Dr. Hyung G. Myung from Qualcomm, I get the impression that LTE is in good hands.  Mr. Myung is working the Single Carrier technologies I mentioned in my first post  on this site.  But...

It Looks Good on PAPR.

Why did ATT commit to Verizon choose to use LTE for new nationwide 700 Mhz spectrum?  The answer is peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR), which is a measurement of a waveform, calculated from the peak amplitude of the waveform divided by...
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