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Interesting Topics from This Year’s CES

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 Been awfully busy this year and end of last so I’m wayyy off my desired schedule. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is quite the boondoggle and this year was no exception. There were a couple of things that were noteworthy to me with respect to the mobile industry and 4G that I would like to share […]






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LTE Devices: Embedded vs Removable UICC

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I have a nit to pick. LTE standards require devices to use Universal Integrated Circuit Cards (UICC) otherwise known as SIMs (Subscriber Identity Modules from GSM days) to authenticate to the network. So this is all well and good from an intentions standpoint as theoretically it allows end users to switch UICC modules into multiple devices and have any […]






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Sprint’s Recent Announcement of Small Cell Contract Awards

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  Last Friday, in the US, the 10th of August, Sprint announced it had awarded Samsung and Alcatel Lucent contracts to provide small cells. Currently, Airwalk provides enterprise class small cells and Airvana their residential (femto) small cells for CDMA 1x/EVDO. This recent announcement seems centered around LTE, Samsung’s part to play focused on indoor […]






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US Cellular Getting it’s Lower 700MHz LTE Network Online By March!

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 US Cellular announced that they are rolling forward with their LTE deployments. Their networks are going live in areas in Iowa, Wisconsin, Maine, North Carolina, Texas and Oklahoma, and their key markets of Milwaukee, Madison and Racine, Wis.; Des Moines, Cedar Rapids and Davenport, Iowa; Portland and Bangor, Maine; and Greenville, N.C. In March and they […]