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The LTE industry is growing at a rapid pace worldwide and by 2015 it is estimated that South Eastern Europe Region will have 6.9 Million subscriptions which will represent 1.7% of the worldwide market share. Future developments of LTE networks will be reliant on spectrum re-farming by regulators and also on finalizing the analogue switchover… » read more

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With over 36 fully commercial network launches and 150 LTE-enabled devices available in the market, LTE adoption has considerably gained momentum throughout the globe. Swedish incumbent operator Telia was the first to launch LTE services in December 2009. This was followed by several commercial launches in Western Europe, the U.S and the Asia Pacific region,… » read more

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Public Safety LTE: Applications, Market Players and Forecasts 2011 – 2015 Wireless broadband is essential for addressing mission-critical needs requiring high data throughput for applications such as video surveillance, automated vehicle license plate recognition, biometric identification, mobile crime scene units and mobile incident command, geospatial information systems, automated vehicle location and more. This report provides… » read more

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LTE Strategy 2012 – 2017 Migrating cellular networks to fourth generation (4G) via the Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard and other supporting technologies is a monumental effort. Beyond the obvious radio planning and engineering is a huge effort in the areas of application planning, business operations planning, and technical planning. Developing effective strategies for success… » read more

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The Future of 4G Technologies: New opportunities and changing business models for the emergence of LTE and WiMAX Technological innovation, including 3G, improved smartphones and multiplay mobile Internet devices (MIDs), has led to a boom in data usage with data traffic surpassing voice traffic for the first time in December 2009. Having nearly trebled in… » read more

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