Very good article from Moor. The wireless carrier or MNO space is changing. And, with the Open Ran movement there is certainly indications of changes ahead! The big boys are taking hits!Continue reading “Microsoft’s One-Two 5G Telco Punch”
He must have thought it was feeding time at the Lambert Buffet.
With the Ducks, Bunnies, Squirrels, Chipmunks and countless birds. But no, he decided to stock and chase one of the stray cats.Continue reading “Mr. Fox paying us a visit”
A good read from Bob O’Donnell.Continue reading “Spectrum-Sharing Technologies Like CBRS Key To More Robust Wireless Networks”
The potential for many new dedicated secure and private LTE/CBRS networks is on the rise. An important question is: how will commercially available mobile devices connect on these networks?
Three elements are needed for a private LTE network:Continue reading “Adapting Mobile Devices to Private LTE/CBRS Networks”
The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro don’t have 5G. Why not? And how do they work as 4G phones? We have the details on MIMO, dual SIMs, voice quality, and 4G band
This is another apples VS oranges type question, that deserves a few lines!
CBRS SpectrumContinue reading “Private LTE or WI-FI 6”
You are at home thinking; what will I do differently when I go back? How can I plan for it now? How can I get ahead? … Well here is a suggestion if you are in the USA:
Go secure some CBRS GAA spectrum for your business operations.Continue reading “CBRS: GAA or PAL… or Both!”
I often am asked to describe how Private LTE and Wi-Fi would coexist in an industrial company looking at adding Private LTE to its existing Wi-Fi infrastructure. Since most Industrial Customers ask the question, I decided to summarize thoughts expressed in most of these meetings. Below are my thoughts. Let me know if you agree or disagree.Continue reading “Industrial Private LTE & Wi-Fi: Coexisting”
How do you determine if you have a real, dedicated and secure private LTE enterprise network?
- You have a Private LTE IF your enterprise network has;
- a) its unique & dedicated SIM cards profile and,
- b) you control the enterprise LTE EPC CORE, the user access and traffic profiles.
- You do NOT have a Private LTE if you share the SIM card profile with other clients from your service provider and do not have the control of your EPC Core. at best in this case you have a semi-private LTE network.