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ip.access has signed a major global agreement with Telenor Group for the supply of ip.access' end-to-end small cell solutions covering all 11 operators in the Telenor Group.
In this paper we take a closer look at various OFDMA based Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) for Homeland Security (HLS) applications and their implementation. Our primary focus is to understand the capabilities required from these applications and to show how flexibility and controllability of system components can help address these requirements
Sub10 Systems, the UK-based manufacturer of high speed wireless data communications links and Swedish manufacturer Repeatit have announced a mutual distribution partnership. Under the terms of the agreement, Sub10 Systems will actively market, promote and sell the Repeatit range of products via their channels to enterprise, telecoms and networking customers worldwide.
The first of the Royal Navy’s (RN’s) Type 45 destroyers, HMS Daring, has set sail on operational duty fitted with Thales UK’s new fully digital radar electronic support measures (RESM) system.
In order to expand and develop its operations in Africa NEC Corporation will establish branch offices in Nairobi, Kenya and in Lagos, Nigeria. The company has also appointed Masahiro Yoshikawa as President of NEC Africa (Pty) Ltd, which is a 100 percent subsidiary of NEC Europe Ltd, the regional headquarters in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
ip.access has signed a distribution agreement with E-Pay International, whereby the company will be able to specify, supply and install the range of ip.access small cell solutions to its operator customers in the Middle East. The agreement covers the full range of ip.access 2G and 3G solutions for the home, office and public small cell deployments, along with the company’s supporting network management tools.
The World Radiocommunication Conference 2012 (WRC-12) has opened in Geneva, Switzerland, to review and revise the Radio Regulations, the international treaty governing the use of radio frequency spectrum and satellite orbits.