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Solutions for Managing LTE-A Signal Interferences

Apr 05, 2016

Solutions for Managing LTE-A Signal Interferences

More and more we're seeing applications like video being run on smartphones, which is simply fueling the rapid demand for wireless data. LTE (which stands for Long Term Evolution) is the 4G wireless standard that is meeting this demand: 4G wireless is not only deployed in North America, it is currently being used throughout the world. LTE-Advanced Technology. LTE technology continues to involve, and today we're seeing LTE-A (LTE-Advanced) features being tested and applied to wireless 4G networks. In areas where LTE is currently being deployed, both LTE and 3G technologies use the same RF channels on every sector; whereas...

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110 and 120 Volt AC to DC Converter

Apr 04, 2016

110 and 120 Volt AC to DC Converter

Our 120 Volt AC to DC Converter is universal adapter that helps convert 110v and 120v AC plugs to DC 12 volts car power adapter socket. With this converter, automotive accessories with standard 12V plug-in power supply can be used inside homes and offices in USA & Canada with standard 110V electrical outlet.  Enjoy 12v car socket requiring gadgets inside home or office with this 1000 mAh output AC wall to Female DC car power convertor or adaptor. Any car plug-in charger can now be used as wall plugin travel charger. Pricewise, this aftermarket power converter is very cheap and low cost when...

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High Speed DAS Fiber Optic Cabling with "Multiplexing Techniques".

Apr 04, 2016

High Speed DAS Fiber Optic Cabling with "Multiplexing Techniques".

Various multiplexing technologies, such as Space Division, Time Division, and Wavelength Division Multiplexing, are helping facilitate the advancement of network speeds on fiber-optic cabling. Below, we will examine each of these technologies. Space Division Multiplexing. Also known as parallel fibers or parallel optics, space division multiplexing is used to add one (or more-than-one) lane by simply adding one (or more-than-one) optical fiber into the composite link. By lane, we're referring to another physical fiber strand. Today in the industry we're seeing various examples of this technique being used, like where 40Gbps is being delivered over multi-mode fiber by 40G SR4,...

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Today’s Mobile Network Expansion, and "Small Cells".

Apr 01, 2016

Today’s Mobile Network Expansion, and "Small Cells".

With today's mobile network expansion challenges it is important to employ a wide range of tools available to address the wide range of problems associated with implementing today's mobile network expansion projects. In 1964, Abraham Kaplan worded the popular phrase, "Give a boy a hammer and he will decide that everything he comes upon needs a pounding". It was Abraham Maslow who modified the wording in 1966 to, "If a hammer is all you have, everything looks like a nail". This concept is commonly referred to as, "Maslow's Hammer". It means over-relying on a tool one is familiar with. What...

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Importance of Public Safety Band Compliance

Jun 09, 2015

Importance of Public Safety Band Compliance

Effective emergency communication can mean the difference between life and death for first responders. Discover how public safety bands ensure the most efficient emergency response. The public safety spectrum is the section of radio frequencies designated for firefighters, police, and other emergency responders in United States. Represented by the Public Safety Spectrum Trust Corporation (PSST), this spectrum is maintained for public safety members including the American Hospital Association, National Sheriffs' Association, and the International Association of Fire Chiefs. In this handy guide, we outline the various public safety bands used for first responders’ emergency communication, as well as the rules...

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