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  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    Comments on Citi "Wireless Supply and Demand"

    This paper calculates the capacity of wireless networks based on certain values of spectral efficiency of certain technologies. Relative to the authors' own analysis, the spectral-efficiency values used in the Citi report are incorrect to a significant degree, and hence much of the technical analysis and related conclusions are also...

    Provided By Rysavy Research

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Strategic Use of Wi-Fi in Mobile Broadband Networks

    The mobile-broadband market has reached critical mass thanks to fast networks, innovative applications, powerful platforms, and widespread user adoption. Operators are experiencing increasing data revenues even as voice revenues are declining. The business opportunity for mobile broadband is huge but also challenging. Users are clearly willing to pay for broadband...

    Provided By Rysavy Research

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Innovation Enabled by Mobile Wireless Network Management

    Today's mobile wireless networks are unleashing a massive wave of innovation that spans multiple industries, including telecommunications, computing hardware, computer software, and data networking. Key to this successful innovation is providing users - residential as well as enterprise - with a wide range of applications and dependable service. For the...

    Provided By Rysavy Research

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    The Transition to 4G: 3G Americas Publishes Research Report on 3GPP Mobile Broadband Evolution

    The power and potential of always-on, everyplace network connectivity has ignited a move to mass market mobile broadband usage as 3G technology becomes ubiquitous, stated Peter Rysavy, President of Rysavy Research and author of the newly published white paper announced today by 3G Americas. "Through innovation and enhancements, 3GPP technologies...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Mobile Broadband Capacity Constraints and the Need for Optimization

    Powerful smartphones, fast networks, compelling applications, and user awareness are causing a dramatic surge in the use of mobile-broadband technology. Previously relegated to business executives or vertical-market applications, wireless data is now experiencing mass-market adoption. The advantages are obvious - flexible lifestyles, greater productivity, and the addictive sensation of always...

    Provided By Rysavy Research

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Net Neutrality Regulatory Proposals: Operational and Engineering Implications for Wireless Networks and the Consumers They Serve

    As the Federal Communications Commission considers applying "Net neutrality" regulations to the wireless Internet, it has sought broad public comment on the implications of such rules for consumers and the networks which support them. The imposition of any such new rules will have a variety of impacts across the Internet...

    Provided By Rysavy Research

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    HSPA to LTE-Advanced: 3GPP Broadband Evolution To IMT-Advanced (4G)

    The authors are at the dawn of a new decade that will bring to mass market the mobile broadband innovations introduced over the last several years. 3G technology has shown us the power and potential of always-on, everyplace network connectivity and has ignited a massive wave of industry innovation that...

    Provided By Rysavy Research

  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    Comments on Citi "Wireless Supply and Demand"

    This paper calculates the capacity of wireless networks based on certain values of spectral efficiency of certain technologies. Relative to the authors' own analysis, the spectral-efficiency values used in the Citi report are incorrect to a significant degree, and hence much of the technical analysis and related conclusions are also...

    Provided By Rysavy Research

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    The Transition to 4G: 3G Americas Publishes Research Report on 3GPP Mobile Broadband Evolution

    The power and potential of always-on, everyplace network connectivity has ignited a move to mass market mobile broadband usage as 3G technology becomes ubiquitous, stated Peter Rysavy, President of Rysavy Research and author of the newly published white paper announced today by 3G Americas. "Through innovation and enhancements, 3GPP technologies...

    Provided By Rysavy Research

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    HSPA to LTE-Advanced: 3GPP Broadband Evolution To IMT-Advanced (4G)

    The authors are at the dawn of a new decade that will bring to mass market the mobile broadband innovations introduced over the last several years. 3G technology has shown us the power and potential of always-on, everyplace network connectivity and has ignited a massive wave of industry innovation that...

    Provided By Rysavy Research

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Innovation Enabled by Mobile Wireless Network Management

    Today's mobile wireless networks are unleashing a massive wave of innovation that spans multiple industries, including telecommunications, computing hardware, computer software, and data networking. Key to this successful innovation is providing users - residential as well as enterprise - with a wide range of applications and dependable service. For the...

    Provided By Rysavy Research

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Mobile Broadband Capacity Constraints and the Need for Optimization

    Powerful smartphones, fast networks, compelling applications, and user awareness are causing a dramatic surge in the use of mobile-broadband technology. Previously relegated to business executives or vertical-market applications, wireless data is now experiencing mass-market adoption. The advantages are obvious - flexible lifestyles, greater productivity, and the addictive sensation of always...

    Provided By Rysavy Research

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Strategic Use of Wi-Fi in Mobile Broadband Networks

    The mobile-broadband market has reached critical mass thanks to fast networks, innovative applications, powerful platforms, and widespread user adoption. Operators are experiencing increasing data revenues even as voice revenues are declining. The business opportunity for mobile broadband is huge but also challenging. Users are clearly willing to pay for broadband...

    Provided By Rysavy Research

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Net Neutrality Regulatory Proposals: Operational and Engineering Implications for Wireless Networks and the Consumers They Serve

    As the Federal Communications Commission considers applying "Net neutrality" regulations to the wireless Internet, it has sought broad public comment on the implications of such rules for consumers and the networks which support them. The imposition of any such new rules will have a variety of impacts across the Internet...

    Provided By Rysavy Research