Cobham Wireless Connect - April 2016

Connect - Issue 4


Welcome to issue 4 of Connect. Over the past few weeks the Cobham Wireless team have been in Las Vegas for this year's International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE), showcasing our range of Public Safety products, and in Shanghai for SEMICON China 2016 with our Semiconductor Test solutions.

In this issue of Connect, we discuss the state of cellular connectivity in commercial building projects, support to validate Internet of Things (IoT) devices with our industry leading network test system, TM500, and a key collaboration with Luxoft and Telefónica to accelerate Network Functions Virtualization (NFV).

Commercial DAS

DAS gives commercial property the edge

Since cellular connectivity became widespread in the late 1990s, the problem of how to provision coverage indoors has always been a challenge with construction materials from modern glass to stone all struggling to allow RF signals indoors.

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TM500 IoT

TM500 network test system enables 4G IoT support

The next generation of the TM500 network test system has the capability to emulate tens of thousands of Machine Type Communications (MTC) devices, sometimes known as M2M devices.

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NFV Collaboration

Luxoft, Cobham Wireless, and Telefónica Collaborate to Accelerate NFV

Cobham Wireless, Luxoft Holding, Inc, and Telefónica, today announced the successful results from the industry test and the demonstration consisting of virtual network elements.

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More from Cobham Wireless

NFV Automation

NFV Automation White Paper

With carriers seeking to deliver new network services to their customers in weeks rather than months, carriers are aggressively pushing solution vendors to deliver more in less time.

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LTE-A evovles towards 5G

Although there is plenty of talk about 5G, in reality this will not be a step change between generations, and network evolution is by no means all about 5G.

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IWCE 2016 Video

DAS Fronthaul / backhaul Video

Matt Thompson of Cobham Wireless gives an overview of how centralized, digital DAS can reduce fiber costs through consolidation. The technology depends on the CPRI standard.

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