Friday, 23 February 2018

Ericsson lifts the lid on tiny indoor small cell

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 25 September 13

Vendor's disk-shaped Radio Dot System designed to address mobile broadband coverage issues in medium-to-large buildings.

Ericsson on Thursday took the wraps off a tiny indoor small cell aimed at providing data coverage in medium-to-large buildings. Called the Radio Dot System, the disk-shaped device resembles a smoke alarm and incorporates a new antenna design, called a 'dot' antenna…

Ericsson on Thursday took the wraps off a tiny indoor small cell aimed at providing data coverage in medium-to-large buildings. Called the Radio Dot System, the disk-shaped device resembles a smoke alarm and incorporates a new antenna design, called a 'dot' antenna…

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