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Topic # 145355 15-May-2014 20:51
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http://www.cnet.com/au/news/is-pcell-the-holy-grail-of-wireless-networking/

http://www.artemis.com/pcell

Hope it does.

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  Reply # 1045831 15-May-2014 21:08
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If it ever comes out of vapourware it's a possibility. (and no, his public demo and video doesn't count as a real product)

At the end of the day however there aren't mobile bandwidth issues in NZ - we've already got world class mobile networks vastly superior to countries like the US. Our networks also have vastly more spectrum than networks in many other countries which opens up plenty of possibilities for bonding.







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  Reply # 1045834 15-May-2014 21:16
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Vodafone is already deploying low powered Micro cells where required

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1045838 15-May-2014 21:26
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Only one way to solve bandwidth issues


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  Reply # 1045895 15-May-2014 22:48
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  Reply # 1045898 15-May-2014 23:04
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Looks cool but I don't really understand.

The way I read it is they broadcast on all channels at once but only a single device uses a channel. Surely noise floor is still the major issue.

The access points (or whatever they are) look awesome though!

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