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Small Cells (8)

Qualcomm’s CnE Brings “Smarts” to 3G/4G Wi-Fi Seamless Interworking

Have you ever been frustrated when you connect to a Wi-Fi hotspot and its speed is slower than what you had with 3G/4G? Or even worse, once connected to this slow Wi-Fi, your smartphone doesn’t even try to fetch data from 3G/4G? Or how about when you see a strong Wi-Fi signal only to realize that there is no Internet connectivity or there is a firewall?

Jul 2, 2013 by Prakash Sangam

Delivering on the 1000x Small Cell Challenge – FSM99xx

Qualcomm’s march toward 1000x data challenge just got a shot in the arm—the FSM99xx family of chipsets. This expands our small cell portfolio and brings our vision of more efficient and cost-effective small cells one step closer.

Jun 4, 2013 by Prakash Sangam

Crossing over between 3G/4G and Wi-Fi – Seamless and Robust

Not a long ago, when we started talking about small cells, the first question we would always hear was “why do we need small cells, when we have Wi-Fi?” But that has rapidly evolved into “how can we ensure that the interworking between 3G/4G and Wi-Fi is robust and seamless?”

The interworking becomes even more crucial considering the looming 1000x challenge, in which Qualcomm envisions dense deployments of small cells, most of which are integrated with Wi-Fi.

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Apr 22, 2013 by Prakash Sangam

Getting “Opportunistic” with Small Cells

When it comes to wireless mobile networks, it is a heterogeneous world out there—there are a large number of small cells interspersed with macro cells. HSPA+ and LTE Advanced incorporate many techniques that effectively address the interference generated by such heterogeneous networks (HetNets), some of which are available today.

Feb 26, 2013 by Prakash Sangam

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