Distributed network technologies: small cells special feature

Read this article to learn:

  • What is a small cell? Where are they being deployed? And by whom?
  • Why small cells have become the technology of choice for cellular network densification
  • Current market forecasts for enterprise small cell deployments
  • Small cells and 5G: a symbiotic relationship

Legacy technologies like distributed antenna systems (DAS) can be used in both indoor and outdoor environments and are multi-operator compatible. DAS have been deployed by MNOs, towercos and third party neutral hosts for many years, and still have an important role to play in cellular networks. However, there are various limitations often cited by the…

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