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Improving Network Capacity by Minimizing Passive Intermodulation (PIM)

Modern wireless high-speed data networks use tightly grouped channels and complex modulation schemes to enable transmitting vast amounts of data. This in association with ultra-sensitive receivers may face unanticipated but serious capacity losses if the network is disturbed by Passive Intermodulation, or PIM for short. Generally, modulating RF signals is necessary to transport information, but […]

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LTE forces Wireless Network Designers to Re-Think

wolfgang damm, product marketing director, WTG

 Smart phones  and tablet PCs claim huge data band-widths and wireless network operators must ensure subscribers’ data demand is sufficiently satisfied. Research conducted by CISCO® in 2011 found that compared to a regular mobile phone, smart phones require 24 times the data bandwidth. Tablets have an even higher demand; they require 122 times the data bandwidth of standard mobile phones. Wireless network operators […]

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