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"Small cells have made significant advances, but indoor coverage still poses problems in terms of scalability, macrocell feature parity, and ease of deployment and operation."
Indoor small cells have come a long way since the early femtocell ‘all-in-one’ designs. Initial large-scale deployments had interference and manageability problems, and overall offered poor service quality for users. New solutions deliver increased intelligence to automatically manage small-cell and macrocell interference, monitor service levels and provide centralised management options that can support up to 100 000 users.
- discusses the key features of small-cell solutions for large indoor venues and sites
- assesses the challenges that these installations face
- considers how the components of large-scale indoor small-cell solutions are connected together into a system and how they are managed
- outlines the features and services that indoor small-cell solutions can support.
This report provides case studies of the following small-cell solutions.
- Ericsson Radio Dot System
- Huawei LampSite
- Nokia Networks Flexi Zone
- SpiderCloud Wireless