Network Upgrades Drive Backhaul Demands

Marek, Sue
September 2004
Wireless Week;9/15/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 19, p12
Trade Publication
Deals with the impact of data network upgrade on the demand for backhaul as of September 2004. Factors that are driving the demand for network capacity and coverage both on the front end of the network through more cell sites, base stations and additional antennas and on the back end through more backhaul capacity; Effect of the uptake in data services among wireless subscribers according the Ceragon President David Ackerman; Belief of analysts about WiMAX.


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