Fixed Wireless Access – Why 5G-FWA can succeed

5gIn my previous blog post last week on 5G, we saw how Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) is considered a cornerstone use case for 5G and a new source of revenue stream for both MNOs and CPEs manufacturers.

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Mauro Lodolo: Telecommunications Engineer with more than 20 years of experience in wireless communications applied in modems, embedded IoT and Automotive Systems. He is part of the International Sales Department and within this department he is a Regional Sales Manager

Private LTE networks

LTE networkUp until now, we have talked extensively about 4G and 4G+ (4G Advanced) mobile communications, and even more so about the upcoming 5G networks. However, I would like to take this opportunity to address mobile wireless technologies based on a private LTE network.

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Javier Perez: Teldat Global Account Manager within the Teldat Sales Team.

LTE-Advanced PRO lays the basis for 5G

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According to forecasts, commercial testing of 5G networks is set to begin in 2020. But, in the meantime, LTE-Advanced PRO already allows you to use technologies that will be included in 5G.

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Benjamin Garcia: Engineer, is part of Teldat’s R&D Department. Within this department he is part of the Industrial & Mobility Team, and he specializes in cellular and PLC connections.

The importance of mobile networks in Central America

Mobile NetworksIn a world where mobile phones play an increasingly significant role in every aspect of our daily lives (whether for work purposes or recreation), cellular networks have to support an enormous amount of traffic to provide good service. Given its peculiarities, Central America is one of those areas where these networks are far more vital than in Europe or the USA.

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Guillermo Larraz: Graduated in Advertising and Public Relations, is Regional Sales Director for Teldat in Latin America, specially focused in Central America.  

Voice over LTE

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You may not have heard of voice over LTE (VoLTE) technology, but that does not mean you are not using it!

Carriers around the world are deploying this technology to get rid of GSM or CDMA-based circuit networks. The first commercial solution was presented in South Korea in August 2012 and most mobile terminals already support it.
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Pablo Alonso: Pablo Alonso is Telecommunications and Development Engineer in the Teldat R&D Department. Within this department is part of the team dedicated to the Industrial & Mobility business line and he is specialized in cellular connections.