Small cells are low powered cellular radio access nodes that operate in licensed and unlicensed spectrum that have a range of 10 meters to a few kilometers.
Small Cell Solutions | Femtocells & Microcells | Qualcomm
In today’s environment, small cells (including femtocells and microcells) are essential for applications in need of increased bandwidth as well as the growing number of connected devices.
Small Cells The Fiber Optic Association
Small Cells Wireless traffic is growing at a phenomenal rate. AT&T says their cellular data traffic grew more than 80,000% (that's 800 times) between 2007 (the introduction of the iPhone) and 2017.
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Why are Cells Small — bozemanscience
The lower half of Mr. Andersen's head explains why cells are small. This video begins with a simple geometry problem and ends with a discussion of Allen's Rule and reasoning for the microscopic nature of cells.
Indoor C RAN small cells solutions | mScope
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Pros and cons of small cells | Telecoms
The cost argument for femto powered small cells is on opex not capex. Continuous self organisation substantially reduces the need for traditional radio engineering, and the use of abundant commodity IP for backhaul are the main drivers.
Small cells: the only way to 5G | Telecoms
Telecoms periodically invites expert third party contributors to submit analysis on a key topic affecting the telco industry. In this piece Bernhard Pussel, Director of Operator Channel, Colt Technology Services, argues that with ever increasing demand for capacity, small cells are key in the future of 5G.
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Sercomm plays an active role in the industry as a member of the WInnForum, the CBRS Alliance, the MulteFire Alliance; Sercomm develops multiple indoor outdoor CBRS small cell products to meet the market demand in the segment.