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2012 Market in Review: Microwave Radios

Over the past six years the microwave market has had its peaks and valleys, with 2012 ending on the lower end of that range. Microwave radio’s main application is mobile backhaul, especially for traditional macro cells.  If mobile operator spending weakens, so does the market.  In 2012, the issue wasn’t so much the amount that mobile operators were spending but more where operators chose to spend those dollars.  Macro-cell spending flattened out as operators focused on increasing data capacity with small cells.  In addition to the focus on small cells, the sluggishness of the market can be attributed to a couple of factors.
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Top 10 mobile carriers generate US$202 B in profit, Up 4.2%

Worldwide service revenue, year-on-year (YoY) for 4Q-2012 grew 2.8% to US$240.5 billion. From ABI Research’s investigations, the regional dynamic is varied. Western Europe and Africa’s mobile operator actually demonstrated a contraction in service revenue YoY of 8.2% and 6.9% respectively. Middle East, Latin America, and Asia-Pacific are still showing reasonably robust rates of growth of 7% to 11%.


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RFS adds PIM-rated indoor antenna to end-to-end passive DAS solution

Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, announced plans to release a new omnidirectional antenna specifically designed for broadband in-building distribution of modern wireless communication systems such as LTE, GSM, CDMA, PCS, 3G, WiFi, WLAN services in Q2 to the North American market.


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TI introduces new Bluetooth low energy solution with broad industry support

Texas Instruments Inc. (TI), leading the industry with the most complete wireless connectivity portfolio for embedded applications, announced the extension of its remote control solutions offering with a new Bluetooth® low energy advanced remote control kit. As a technology, Bluetooth low energy allows for remotes with mouse-like pointing and keyboard functionality as well as gesture-, touch- and motion-based input controls so users can take their viewing and gaming experience to the next level.


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