What is new

What is new 2017-01-22T11:21:09+00:00

So, what is new?

The mobile industry is a fast moving challenge, so new updates was needed to add more experience since last and even new sections and chapters.

Some of the highlights are:

  • More 4G theory and LTE basics
  • Small Cells, have been updated and added as a separate chapter. Small Cell application and deployment tips in a typical small to medium office environment
  • More details on PIM
  • Updated tunnel planning
  • HetNet introduction and basics
  • Data capacity planning added to the traffic chapter
  • More details and graphs in the Link-Budget section
  • Updated section on tools for RF planning
  • Application focus chapter, covering some of the typical applications and things to watch out for and hints for each type:
    • Office buildings
    • Large high rises
    • Malls
    • Warehouses
    • Convention centers
    • Airports
    • Sports arena challenges
  • Planning procedure from start to finish and proposed process flow and documentation needed

Thanks for all your inputs and suggestions of topics to add. Keep them coming…

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A great book on a hotter than ever topic. Technical, as the subject requires, but accessible to anyone interested in indoor coverage.
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