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Showing posts from December, 2022

Top Posts of 2022

It's that time of the year again when we look back to see which posts did well and which didn't. Here are the top 3 posts from this year. Laser Inter-Satellite Links (LISLs) in a Starlink Constellation , Feb 2022 Almost everything you need to know about Wi-Fi 7 (IEEE 802.11be) , Feb 2022 GSMA's DIG discusses how 5G Networks will handle UAV Layer , June 2022 Since this blog is just over three years old, the most popular posts are not necessarily from 2022. Here are the 5 most viewed posts this year. Laser Inter-Satellite Links (LISLs) in a Starlink Constellation , Feb 2022 CSI-RS vs SRS Beamforming , Mar 2021 IEEE 802.11be Extremely High Throughput (EHT), a.k.a. Wi-Fi 7 , Nov 2020 High-level Architecture Introduction of Mobile Cellular Networks from 2G to 5G , Aug 2019 Fibre-to-the-room (FTTR / FTTRoom) , July 2021 Do you have a favourite post on this blog? Please let us know. Related Posts :  The 3G4G Blog: Top Blog Posts of 2022 Free 6G Training: Top Blog Posts of 2022 Tel

Shared Neutral Host RAN Solution in India to Unlock 5x QoE Improvement

At Telecom Infra Project's Fyuz 22 conference, one of the main stage panel session talked about New Business Models, Neutral-Host NaaS and the Rule of Threes. During that session, Kunal Bajaj, CEO & Co-Founder of CloudExtel spoke on how India can tackle this challenge and unlock 5X Quality of Experience improvement for users, through Shared RAN solutions. CloudExtel successfully deployed its first solution at Mumbai Central railway station , one of the country's largest railway stations, addressing this issue. The video of the panel session below has been adjusted to start exactly at Kunal's talk. There is an Q&A session followed by the talk. If you would rather hear all the talk in the panel sessions, rewind to 33:10. A lot of neutral host solutions are being deployed in different parts of the world. If properly planned, they can help service providers deliver a much better experience for the end users.  Related Posts :  Telecoms Infrastructure Blog: Details on Ind