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t.alex
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re: Femto Forum is renamed Small Cell Forum
t.alex   2/20/2012 3:16:43 PM
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That is interesting to know :) Small cell may trigger another trademark fight - i hope not.

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re: Femto Forum is renamed Small Cell Forum
DrQuine   2/18/2012 5:20:55 AM
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As soon as these devices are affordable and broadly available, they will take off. Phone companies should pay people to install them to fill in dead spaces in their networks. Everyone has a story about dead spots in their house or office. When will the technology be widely available? Already WiFi is widely available and therefore SmartPhones often connect to WiFi for data services. Phone service, however, remains problematic. This is especially an issue for the growing number of people who dropped their land lines for economic reasons.



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