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China MobileGuangxi Branch and Ericsson have joined together to deploy world’s first City Site, an innovative radio site solution, which has been put into commercial use on a trial basis.
NEC Corp. announced that Mobile TeleSystems, together with NEC Neva Communications Systems, have launched a Femtocell service in the Ural region.
Cassidian and the French Ministry of Interior conducted the world’s first demonstration of mobile broadband services for the evolution of Tetrapol networks with 4G LTE technology in the 400 MHz band.
Entel has extended its strategic partnership with Ericsson to supply its 2G, 3G and end-to-end IP network for 4G/LTE.
NXP Semiconductors has introduced a groundbreaking family of programmable AISG transceivers for wireless base stations and antenna line devices such as tower-mounted amplifiers and remote electric tilt antennas.
NTT DOCOMO INC. has selected NEC Corp. to develop ‘high-capacity base station equipment’ that supports DOCOMO's proposed LTE-Advanced communications system.
Ericsson will provide Etisalat Egypt with its latest RBS 6000 radio base station technology that will enable energy-efficient and cost-effective operations while allowing the operator to meet the demands of its growing subscriber base.
Cassidian has won the contract to expand the metro coverage of Beijing Government Shared Radio Network. The company will provide 24 TB3 base stations and four TTRX transmitter-receiver units to expand the coverage of the new metro lines.
The MBA6-3.5DS45/2045 Multi-beam Hub Base Station Antenna has been developed by Cobham Antenna Systems, Microwave Antennas to enable MIMO radio system operators to meet their goal of 1 Gbps/km2 anywhere within a cell.
To cope with data traffic growth and expand its mobile coverage, Vivo has chosen Ericsson to supply and implement a 4G/LTE network in the North and Mid-Western regions of Brazil, as well as the states of São Paulo, Minas Gerais, Bahia and Sergipe.
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