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re: Small basestations will be big
chanj0   5/27/2012 9:12:31 AM
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Cities like London and HK have long been used pico cell to support to ever growth demand of subscribers. Femto cell was originally introduced as more or less a private cell. The business model may change that femto cell may serve more than just a household. With the popularity of WiFi, indoor coverage may be better off left for WiFi. Outdoor can still be served by different cellular technologies in the long run. Well! In the long run, GSM might very well disappear for good. LTE will be the dominant technology.

old account Frank Eory
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re: Small basestations will be big
old account Frank Eory   5/22/2012 5:44:26 PM
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If I buy a small base station or femtocell for Verizon's network, will they pay me to let them use it?

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re: Small basestations will be big
elctrnx_lyf   5/22/2012 12:39:00 PM
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Should we all start buying a base station. Why can't the existing base stations leveraged to avoid the spending of money by all customers.

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re: Small basestations will be big
_hm   5/22/2012 1:06:45 AM
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I am afraid about the security aspect. If terminal is home based, some data may be compromised. Will all service provider will disclose the security statement to users?



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