Femtocell Integration: NO EASY PUZZLE

Drucker, Elliott
April 2009
Wireless Week;4/1/2009 Supplement, p30
Trade Publication
The article cites the significant use femtocells, a small cellular base station, on the wireless communication industry. It states that in public areas where coverage from the host macro network is poor, femtocells has the ability to extend service. It adds that femtocells can improve the capacity to confine areas where traffic is specifically heavy. In addition, femtocells can be use as a private network with coverage and service access limited to private residence as well as businesses.


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