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Odyssey_2010
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re: China drives servers to base station role
Odyssey_2010   7/25/2012 3:23:37 AM
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Is ALU's LightRadio an example of C-RAN?

rick merritt
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re: China drives servers to base station role
rick merritt   3/3/2012 8:01:42 PM
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Fixed, thanks.

PJames
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re: China drives servers to base station role
PJames   3/2/2012 1:39:55 AM
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"China Mobile that serves 650 subscribers" I believe you forgot something.

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re: China drives servers to base station role
TarraTarra!   3/1/2012 5:14:19 PM
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This is the trend of the future - the processing needs for LTE and beyond are so much higher that the traditional macro base-station architectures are running out of processing capacity. It makes sense to consolidate all the heavy processing into a datacenter connected to a large sea if small cells. ALU did announce a similar liquid radio architecture sometime back.



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