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Prakash Sangam (31)

Is meeting data demand child’s play?

Would you believe that meeting data demand can be as easy as child’s play? No? Check out this video (after reading my blog of course)!

Jan 18, 2012 by Prakash Sangam

Marching toward femto networks!

During my recent talk about small cells and their evolution toward higher coverage, capacity and reach, a listener asked me, “Isn’t that what today’s picocells offer?” The answer is, “Exactly!” As we move toward femto networks, femtos will be used as traditional picocells, combining the plug and play benefit of femto architecture with larger coverage and capacity of picocells. Our recent announcement of femto chipsets supporting up to 32 users is a major step in that direction.

Dec 5, 2011 by Prakash Sangam

LTE TDD – The joy of coming from behind and winning

If you want to know the feeling of coming from behind to win the race, just ask these guys – Mobily and STC. While their bigger cohorts in India and China are still waiting, they launched the world’s first LTE TDD commercial networks in Saudi Arabia.

Oct 17, 2011 by Prakash Sangam

UltraSON™ – Making femto deployments ultra easy!

As a father of two kids, I am the happiest when they self organize their things without my intervention. Well, that might be a bit of a stretch when it comes to kids, but it’s actually a reality for unplanned, plug-and-play femtocells, thanks to Qualcomm’s UltraSON (Ultra Self Organizing Network).

Sep 22, 2011 by Prakash Sangam

The ins and outs of MIMO in HSPA+

With a few exceptions, more is always better — and antennas are no exception! Realizing this, HSPA+ evolution incorporates a slew of advanced multi-antenna techniques such as MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output), Beamforming/Transmit Diversity, and others. MIMO is one of the main components for enabling HSPA+’s famed, successively higher peak data rates – starting from 28 Mbps in Rel. 7 to 168 Mbps in Rel. 10, and even higher in Rel. 11 and beyond, also called HSPA+ Advanced.

Sep 13, 2011 by Prakash Sangam

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