Wireless industry continues to grapple with radio interference

Tammy ParkerRadio interference is coming back into the limelight as more consumers are using a growing array of wireless devices to access wireless spectrum for a host of data and multimedia services. While radio noise is not a new issue, it has been getting more attention lately as the major wireless operators expand their LTE networks and the use of distributed antenna systems (DAS) and small cells to expand network coverage. Tammy Parker, Editor of FierceWirelessTech, examines the growing spectrum pollution problem. Read more

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