Scheduled Capacity Allocation (SCA): increase user satisfaction/revenue...lower capital/operational costs

September 2004
Wireless Week;9/15/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 19, p48
Trade Publication
Considers Scheduled Capacity Allocation (SCA) as a solution to the challenge of deploying infrastructure to address capacity problems. Effects of peak demand and insufficient capacity in mobile communication networks; Advantages of the Distributed Antenna System (DAS), featuring SCA; Quality of service delivered by DAS employing SCA solutions from Powerwave Technologies.


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