Small cells:
By creating 'small cells', which are base stations with reduced areas of coverage, in locations where communications traffic is high such as train stations, etc., communications speeds for users can be improved.
 Remote Radio Connection:
Connecting multiple RF portions, which send and receive wireless RF signal transmissions, to a single primary base station which has baseband portions, by using optical fibers, and locating some distance away from the primary base station.
The 3rd Generation Partnership Project. A group of companies, including the world's leading mobile telecommunications companies, which was formed to build the specifications for W-CDMA and LTE. Standards-setting organizations around the world worked through 3GPP to develop standards that are common across countries and regions.
Long-term evolution advanced. The mobile communications standard that succeeds LTE, promulgated by 3GPP. The system is an expansion of LTE that maintains forward compatibility.
 High-density wireless base stations:
High-density installation of base stations, enabling subsidiary base stations with as many as 48 cells to be housed in the wireless base station, itself.
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Date: 08 May, 2014
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