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Anite's latest Nemo Outdoor supports carrier aggregation and category 6 devices

Anite
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 Anite, a global leader in wireless network testing technology, today announced that its latest version of Nemo Outdoor supports Carrier Aggregation (CA) and Category 6 devices. 


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EU project MiWaveS launched to develop future 5G cellular mobile networks

CEA-Leti
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 CEA-Leti announced that a consortium of 15 leading telecommunications operators, vendors, research centers and academic institutions have launched “MiWaveS” (Millimeter-Wave Small Cell Access and Backhauling), a European collaborative project whose goal is to develop millimeter-wave (mmW) key radio technologies to provide multi-Gbps data rates to future 5th Generation cellular mobile networks users. 


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LTE-advanced network deployments make material gains in 2014

ABI Research
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 LTE-Advanced network deployments are becoming a tangible reality in 2014. As of the end of 1Q 2014, ABI Research estimates there were ~60 LTE-advanced trials, commitments and commercial deployments worldwide, of which 22 commitments were from Western Europe, 16 from Asia-Pacific, and 5 from North America. In addition, Voice over LTE (VoLTE) is gaining market traction in 2014, providing voice services alongside LTE mobile broadband in a reliable and profitable way. 


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RFS has fans covered for wireless communications at FIFA World Cup

Radio Frequency Systems
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 Soccer fans headed for Mineirão Stadium in Belo Horizonte and Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro can count on instant access to wireless communications anywhere in the stadium on a network infrastructure enabled by Radio Frequency Systems (RFS).


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Belgian emergency and security services rely on Airbus Defence and Space’s Tetra technology

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Airbus Defence and Space
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A consortium composed of Airbus Defence and Space and Belgacom has been awarded a major renewal contract for the Belgian nationwide Tetra network that aims to strengthen crucial components of the core network.


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NEC upgrades microwave links to double mobile network capacity in Tanzania

NEC Corporation
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In a deal worth $1.6 million NEC Corporation is upgrading microwave links on behalf of the Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited, connecting six key rural and island locations.


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P3 Communications eliminates RF interference in LTE/4G mobile networks

P3 Communications
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P3 Communications, a worldwide technical engineering, testing and consulting services company for the telecommunications industry, has selected the R&S PR100 portable receiver from Rohde & Schwarz as their instrument of choice for identifying and eliminating RF interference in 3G and 4G/LTE mobile networks. With units deployed across key mobile markets in the U.S., P3 Communications’ mobile network maintenance and engineering team is able to quickly and effectively identify RF interference negatively impacting customer quality of experience (QoE).


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Emerson agrees to sell connectivity solutions business to Bel Fuse

Emerson Network Power
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Emerson announced that it has agreed to divest its connectivity solutions business unit to Bel Fuse Inc.  The transaction, valued at $98 million, is expected to close before the end of the fiscal year, with proceeds deployed for incremental share repurchase in 2014.


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Tier 1 US carrier selects Ceragon for 4G/LTE network expansion

Ceragon Networks Ltd.
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A top four US wireless carrier customers has placed a $4 million dollar follow-on order with Ceragon Networks Ltd to continue its network modernization rollout. The planned deployments will include hundreds of wireless backhaul links throughout the US.


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VDI introduces new mini-VNA extenders

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Virginia Diodes Inc. introduced new mini vector network analyzer extension modules, with one quarter of the volume of earlier models. These smaller modules are reduced in size but yield the same industry leading performance as the original designs. This makes them extremely attractive for applications such as probe stations and antenna ranges.


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