To increase coverage and capacity (data rates), carriers must “densify” their networks.  The most well-known method is by deploying small cells.

Attend this webinar and learn about:

  • Carrier aggregation: the requirements for multi-band deployments to capitalize on carrier aggregation include multiple radios, signal combining, and multi-band antennas 
  • 2x2 and 4x4 MIMO: boosting throughput by adding radio outputs and antennas adds more complexity to each site, doubling the equipment from SISO to 2x2 and doubling again from 2x2 to 4x4.
  • LTE-LAA: the trade-offs of using shared and unlicensed spectrum at higher frequencies of 3.7GHz and 6GHz
  • Multi-carrier neutral host deployments: the benefits and challenges of deploying the above technologies for more than 1 MNO in a single site
  • PIM: the crucial importance of Passive Intermodulation distortion on the system
  • Isolation between bands: the necessity of isolating bands to and from each radio

Featured Speaker

Luke Getto

Director of Product Management
Microlab

Luke started as the Director of Product Management at Microlab at the beginning of 2018.  Previously he served as the Microlab Director of Engineering, and he previously worked for CommScope in the Andrew MCPA division and Harris space systems division on the next gen GPS satellites.

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