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2012-08-02 Grasp quasi-static, dynamic compression behavior of flexible cellular material
Know how NanoSuite test method can perform quasi-static and dynamic compression tests of flexible polyurethane foam.
2014-10-17 Consortium defines next-gen 5G wireless tech
The EU FP7 CROWD research project is exploring high-speed data access at all points in dense wireless networks through small cell densification to offer reliable coverage for high-mobility users.
2013-02-27 Ruckus SmartCell Architecture refined for smart Wi-Fi
The Ruckus SmartCell Architecture gives service providers a scalable and highly agile blueprint for implementing Smart Wi-Fi to address the data-driven transformation occurring across the industry.
2015-07-06 Optimise clock synthesis in heterogeneous networks
Learn about new IC architectures that enable lower power, smaller form factor and higher performance small cell clock synthesis.
2007-06-12 New technique ups density of bundled nanotubes
U.S. researchers have discovered a new technique that boosts nanotube bundle density, making them more effective conductors of electricity.
2011-06-06 Mentum releases network planning, optimization solutions
Mentum has unveiled its new network planning and innovative optimization products that focus on the challenges associated with network and modernization and rapidly increasing mobile demand data.
2016-03-10 Balancing Cloud RAN and mobile edge computing
Find out why it is necessary to strike a good balance of Cloud enabled RAN and mobile edge compute equipment to effectively serve wireless broadband services.
2015-02-12 7 communications tech that will shape 2015
Developing technologies such as LTE and LTE-Advanced, voice over LTE, small cells, heterogeneous networks, NFV/SDN are predicted to make a huge impact this year.
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