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Small cells and Wifi offloading

Tuesday, February 14, 2017 5:27
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Big Market Research Add New “Small cells and Wifi offloading” Research Report to It’s a Database.   

As mobile data proliferates so too does the demand for capacity and coverage.
Many options exist to cope with data surge. Small cell deployment and Wifi offloading are the main ones.
Small cells give the opportunity to come closer to the user and to offer a better coverage, indoors or outdoors at low cost.
Despite remaining technological hurdles, Wifi is a heavily deployed and cost-effective solution promoted by MNOs themselves for offloading, and by alternative players willing to eat into MNO revenues.

This report presents the state-of-the art of the small cell and Wifi opportunities to close the gap and highlights strategies at play. It also give the flavour of future scenarios.

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Key Points from Table of Contents:

1. Executive Summary
1.1. Options to support higher capacity in mobile networks
1.2. Wifi and Carrier Wifi role for mobile data traffic offloading
1.3. Small cells playing a more important role in MNO networks
1.4. Players’ strategies
1.4.1. MNO strategies
1.4.2. Strategies from other players
1.4.3. Traffic and small cell traffic forecasts

2. Methodology & definitions
2.1. General methodology of IDATE’s reports
2.2. Definitions

3. Options to support higher capacity in mobile networks
3.1. C-RAN (Cloud, Centralised or Collaborative)
3.1.1. Competing architectures
3.1.2. State of maturity
3.1.3. C-RAN deployments over the world
3.2. Macro cell network densification and other technical improvements
3.3. Impact of Outdoor DAS and Wifi
3.3.1. What is a DAS?
3.3.2. Distributed Antenna System (DAS) is a short-term option valid for large venues
3.3.3. DAS and Wifi
3.4. The spectrum issue
3.4.1. Acquiring new spectrum
3.4.2. Using innovative spectrum regimes
3.4.3. Aggregating spectrum across different bands
3.4.4. Using unlicensed spectrum (versus licensed spectrum)
3.5. LTE-U, LAA, LWA
3.5.1. LTE-Unlicensed & LAA
3.5.2. LTE Wifi Access (LWA) initiatives
3.6. Other technical solutions
3.6.1. Samsung Download Booster and DSMIP
3.6.2. Aggregating more than five Carrier Components for increased throughputs
3.6.3. TDD LTE UL & DL Carrier Aggregation

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