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Small Cells: Market Shares, Market Strategies, and Market Forecasts, 2021 to 2027

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Small Cells: Market Shares, Market Strategies, and Market Forecasts, 2021 to 2027
Published: December 4, 2020 Content info: 322 Pages; 192 Tables & Figures
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The leading vendors in the small cell market have invested in high-quality technology and processes to develop leading edge network densification and digital triggering activation capability.

The digital economy depends on 5G and small cells. Growth coming during the 4th industrial revolution after the corona virus depends on using smart phone for everything. Post Covid-19 markets create significant opportunity for small cell market growth in every industry. Improvements to existing mobile backhaul technology from small cells allow the mobile network to improve in both coverage and capacity.

Small Cell markets encompass virtualization, cloud, edge, and functional splits. As 5G networks come on line in 2021, they require increasing sophistication from mobile operators provided by small cells. The challenge going forward in mobile network buildout is to bring 5G radio access technologies to ear on robotics and automated process. A range of connectivity services are needed. APIs are needed in each small cell to manage connectivity to a number of customer sensors that are implemented in different segments.

The small cell sales were at $13.5 billion in 2020, forecast to reach $189 billion in 2027. Network spending on new builds has been transformed from macro cell tower investment to 98% of new spending on small cells and micro networks. Small cells support wireless communications across short distances, increasing densification of networks. All the indoor and outdoor places need to increase wireless coverage, providing significant market growth for small cells.

Small Cell markets encompass virtualization, cloud, edge, and functional splits. 5G requires increasing sophistication from mobile operators. The challenge is to bring 5G radio access technologies to people. A range of connectivity services are needed. APIs are needed in each small cell to manage connectivity to a number of customer segments.

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Table of Contents

Abstract: Small Cells Improve Wireless Coverage

SMALL CELLS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Small Cell Market Driving Forces
  • Small Cell Market Shares
  • Small Cell Market Forecasts

1. SMALL CELLS: MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS

  • 1.1 Small Cells Definition
    • 1.1.1 Web-Scale Architectures Deliver Signals Close to the Smart Phone
    • 1.1.2 Small Cells Set to Be Major Enabler for 5G
    • 1.1.3 Vision for 5G
    • 1.1.4 Outdoor Small Cell Market Is in The Beginning Stages of Deployment
  • 1.2 Small Cells Bring Transformational 5G
    • 1.2.1 Small Cells Market Driving Forces
  • 1.3 Small Cell Networks
    • 1.3.1 Small Cells Industry Addresses Fast-Paced Change
  • 1.4 Small Cell Signal Enhancement
  • 1.5 Shared Spectrum Radios
  • 1.6 Base Station Functional Splits
    • 1.6.1 Small Cells Miniature Cellular Base Stations
    • 1.6.2 Small Cell Operator Challenges
    • 1.6.3 Small Cell Base Stations
  • 1.7 5G Envisioned as A Unifying Connectivity Fabric That Connects Everything Around Us
  • 1.8 Business Model for Small Cells
    • 1.8.1 Small Cell Site Risks Different from Tower Site Risks

2. SMALL CELLS MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS

  • 2.1 Small Cell Market Driving Forces
  • 2.2 Small Cell Market Shares and Segments
    • 2.2.1 Ericsson Small Cells
    • 2.2.2 Samsung Small Cells
    • 2.2.3 Nokia Small Cells
  • 2.3 Small Cell Market Forecasts
  • 2.4 Small Cell Market Segments
  • 2.5 Small Cells Intercity Carrier Indoor Mobile Connectivity
  • 2.6 Small Cells Intercity Carrier Outdoor Mobile Connectivity
  • 2.7 Small Cells Stadium and Large Venues Mobile Connectivity
  • 2.8 Small Cells Remote Vehicle Subarrays Mobile Connectivity
  • 2.9 Small Cells Autonomous Vehicles
  • 2.10 Small Cells Private Campus Connectivity
  • 2.11 Small Cells Residential
  • 2.12 Small Cells for Industrial Robots
  • 2.13 Small Cell Market Segments Percent of Total and Percent Growth
    • 2.13.1 Small Cell Applications 3G, 4G, and 5G
    • 2.13.2 Number of Wireless Customers
    • 2.13.3 Mobile Data Traffic
    • 2.13.4 International 5G Activity Growing Significantly
    • 2.13.5 5G Network Countries: South Korea
    • 2.13.6 5G Networks in China
    • 2.13.7 5G Network in Japan
    • 2.13.8 5G Network in The United States
    • 2.13.9 Leading 5G Vendors
    • 2.13.10 Small Cell Installation Issues
    • 2.13.11 Small Cell Backhaul
    • 2.13.12 Enterprise Needs for Indoor Coverage
  • 2.14 Small Cells / Campus
    • 2.14.1 Healthcare
    • 2.14.2 Higher Education
    • 2.14.3 Commercial Real Estate Properties
    • 2.14.4 5G for Hospitality Buildings, Convention Halls and Leisure Spaces
    • 2.14.5 Spectrum Spatial Efficiency
    • 2.14.6 Small Cell Vendor Response to Market Challenges
  • 2.15 DAS
  • 2.16 Number of Mobile Internet Users
  • 2.17 Small Cell Prices
  • 2.18 Small Cell Regional Market Analysis
    • 2.18.1 Wholesale Turf Vendor Mobile Backhaul Network Operators
    • 2.18.2 US Small Cell Networks
    • 2.18.3 San Francisco Leads in Municipal Small Cell Deployment
    • 2.18.4 San Francisco Leads the Way in Municipal Small Cell Deployment
    • 2.18.5 Asia-Pacific Market
    • 2.18.6 China
    • 2.18.7 Japan
    • 2.18.8 UK
    • 2.18.9 UK Response to Huawei Threats
    • 2.18.10 UK EE
    • 2.18.11 Iran
    • 2.18.12 Small Cell Deployments by Region and Density, Indoor and Outdoor, Architecture 137

3. SMALL CELLS RESIDENTIAL PRODUCTS AND CARRIER MARKETS

  • 3.1 Small Cells Installed Base
  • 3.1 Wireless Technologies Overview
  • 3.2 Wireless Industry Small Cells for Homeowners
  • 3.3 Carriers
  • 3.4 Industry and City Examples of Small Cell Installations
  • 3.5 Verizon

4. SMALL CELLS RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY

  • 4.1 Small Cells Technology
    • 4.1.1 LTE and Small Cells
    • 4.1.2 Public Safety Bands
  • 4.2 Modern Mobile Network
  • 4.3 FCC Position on Small Cells
    • 4.3.1 Understanding Small Cells and Their Role in 5G
    • 4.3.2 Regulations
  • 4.4 Small Cells Local Regulations
    • 4.4.1 Qualcomm FSM Platform Liberated by FCC Decision
    • 4.4.2 Small Cell Rules on Small Cells as Macro Cells
    • 4.4.3 Small Cells Support Competitiveness of Nations
  • 4.5 Industry Associations
    • 4.5.1 Cambridge Wireless
    • 4.5.2 ETSI
    • 4.5.3 Network Vendors IOT Forum
    • 4.5.4 3GPP
    • 4.5.5 The Telecom Infra Project
  • 4.6 Macro Network Layer
    • 4.6.1 LTE Small Cell Technology

5. SMALL CELLS COMPANY PROFILES - SELECTED EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS, SERVICES PROVIDERS, AND INSTALLERS

  • 5.1 Airspan
  • 5.2 ANS
    • 5.2.1 ANS Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), Small Cells
  • 5.3 ADRF
  • 5.4 Airspan
  • 5.5 AT&T
    • 5.5.1 AT&T Small Cells
    • 5.5.2 Fiber is Key to 5G
  • 5.6 CommScope / Airvana
    • 5.6.1 Commscope Revenue by Segment
  • 5.7 Corning / SpiderCloud
    • 5.7.1 SpiderCloud Small Cell Technology
    • 5.7.2 Corning Small Cell Self-Organizing/Self-Optimizing "SON" System
  • 5.8 Crown Castle
  • 5.9 Ericsson Small Cells
    • 5.9.1 Ericsson Holistic View of The Network
    • 5.9.2 LM Ericsson Revenue
    • 5.9.3 Ericsson Benefits of Integrated Small Cells
    • 5.9.4 Ericsson Light Pole Site
    • 5.9.5 Ericsson Radio Dot System
    • 5.9.6 Ericsson Dual Band Radio Dot
    • 5.9.7 Ericsson Hardened Radio Dot for Outdoor and Stadium Deployments
    • 5.9.8 Ericsson Small Cell In-Building Solutions
    • 5.9.9 Ericsson, AT&T, Qualcomm, and Small cells
  • 5.10 Fujitsu Phase Shifters
  • 5.11 Huawei
    • 5.11.1 Huawei Small Cell Achievements in 4.5G/5G Technologies with China Mobile
    • 5.11.2 Densify Cellular Networks, Creating Serious Inter-Cell Interference Solution
    • 5.11.3 Huawei Revenue
    • 5.11.4 Huawei
    • 5.11.5 Huawei
    • 5.11.6 Huawei 5G Operator Collaboration
    • 5.11.7 Huawei 5G Vendor Trials
    • 5.11.8 Huawei 5G X-Haul
  • 5.12 Mavenir / ip.access
    • 5.12.1 Mavenir / ip.access
    • 5.12.2 Ip.access Industry Standards
    • 5.12.3 Ip.access Viper Small Cells
  • 5.13 Motorola
  • 5.14 Nokia
    • 5.14.1 Nokia Small Cells Improve TCO
    • 5.14.2 Nokia Small Cells Deliver Cost-Effective Capacity and Coverage, Indoors and Outdoors, Key to Network Innovation
    • 5.14.3 Nokia Small Cells Support Heterogeneous Network
    • 5.14.4 Nokia Small Cell Deployments
    • 5.14.5 Smart WiFi Delivers Carrier Grade Wireless Access with Nokia AirScale Wi-Fi
    • 5.14.6 Nokia AirScale Wi-Fi Allows Service Providers Without Licensed Spectrum to Run a Wi-Fi service That Takes Advantage of Mobile Edge Computing
    • 5.14.7 Nokia Revenue
  • 5.15 NTSI
  • 5.16 Optimos
    • 5.16.1 City of New York Selects Optimos
    • 5.16.2 Irma and Maria Recovery - Acorn
    • 5.16.3 Optimos International to Rollout PICOs Nationally
  • 5.17 Qualcomm
    • 5.17.1 Qualcomm 5G Leadership Advantage
    • 5.17.2 Qualcomm Technologies' Leading-Edge Cellular
    • 5.17.3 Qualcomm Revenue
  • 5.18 Samsung
    • 5.18.1 Samsung Mobile Communications Segment
    • 5.18.2 Samsung Developing 5G Small Cells for Verizon
    • 5.18.3 Verizon's 5G Ultra-Wideband Network
    • 5.18.4 Samsung Key Enhanced Features of Next Generation BBU
    • 5.18.5 Cellular Signal Booster, Das, Public Safety Das Equipment
  • 5.19 Small Cell Forum
  • 5.20 Solid Technologies
  • 5.21 Texas Instruments
  • 5.22 ZTE
    • 5.22.1 ZTE Revenue
  • 5.23 Selected List of Small Cell Companies
    • 5.23.1 Cell Phone Signal Boosters for Home

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  • Abstract: Small Cells Improve Wireless Coverage
  • Figure 1. 5G Provides Coverage and Capacity
  • Figure 2. Small Cell Market Driving Forces
  • Figure 3. Small Cell Infrastructure Critical Issues
  • Figure 4. Industry Increasing Network Bandwidth Dramatically
  • Figure 5. Converged Networks
  • Figure 6. Small Cell Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2018
  • Figure 7. Small Cells Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2019-2025
  • Figure 8. Vision for 5G
  • Figure 9. Small Cells That Amplify Cellular Phone Signals Making Possible More Uses of a Mobile Phone Indoors
  • Figure 10. Barriers to Market Development for Outdoor Small Cell Market in Beginning Stages of Deployment
  • Figure 11. Outdoor Small Cell Cost Issues
  • Figure 12. Constraints on 5G Development
  • Figure 13. Small Cells Market Driving Forces
  • Figure 14. Small Cells Industry Adaptation to Change
  • Figure 15. Small Cells Industry Adaptations
  • Figure 16. Small Cells Industry Imperatives
  • Figure 17. Inside Building Poor RF Coverage, RF Distribution Systems
  • Figure 18. Cell Phone Signal Enhancement Process
  • Figure 19. Cell Phone Signal Simulation using iBwave
  • Figure 20. Types of Buildings Using Cell Phone Signal Enhancement
  • Figure 21. Shared Spectrum Radios Network Changes
  • Figure 22. 5G Small Cell Benefits
  • Figure 23. Low-Cost Characteristics of Small Cells
  • Figure 24. Fixed Mobile Convergence Handset Illustration
  • Figure 25. 5G Innovation Platform Features
  • Figure 26. Small Cell Industry Increasing Network Bandwidth Dramatically
  • Figure 27. Small Cell Business Model Elements
  • Figure 28. Small Cell Operational Risks Different from Tower Site Rental Business
  • Figure 29. Small Cell Market Driving Forces
  • Figure 30. Small Cell Market Driving Factors
  • Figure 31. Small Cell Market Issues
  • Figure 32. Small Cell Infrastructure Critical Issues
  • Figure 33. Converged Networks
  • Figure 34. Small Cell Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2020
  • Figure 35. Ericsson Market Strengths
  • Figure 36. Ericsson 5G Focused Business Strategy
  • Figure 37. Small Cell Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2020
  • Figure 38. Small Cell Equipment Market Shares, Units, Worldwide, 2020
  • Figure 39. Small Cell Company Market Positioning, 2020
  • Figure 40. Fiber Homes Passed AT&T
  • Figure 41. Small Cell Market Segments Dollars, Worldwide, 2020
  • Figure 42. Ericsson Multi-Operator Dot Small Cell
  • Figure 43. Small Cells Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 44. Small Cell Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 45. Small Cell Market Forecasts Units, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 46. Small Cell Market Segments
  • Figure 47. Small Cells Intercity Carrier Indoor Mobile Connectivity Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 48. Small Cells Intercity Carrier Outdoor Mobile Connectivity Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 49. Small Cells Stadium and Large Venues Mobile Connectivity Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 50. Small Cells Remote Vehicle Subarrays Mobile Connectivity Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 51. Small Cells Autonomous Vehicles Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027 92
  • Figure 52. Small Cells Private Campus Connectivity Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027 93
  • Figure 53. Small Cells Residential Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 54. Small Cells for Industrial Robots Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021-2027 95
  • Figure 55. Small Cell Market Segments Percent of Total, Worldwide, 2020
  • Figure 56. Small Cell Market Segments Percent Growth, Worldwide, 2020
  • Figure 57. 5G Application Network Improvements
  • Figure 58. Wireless Customer Market Forecasts, Worldwide, 2020
  • Figure 59. Industry Increasing Network Bandwidth Dramatically
  • Figure 60. Mobile Data Traffic Growth
  • Figure 61. Ericsson Estimate of Worldwide Wireless Subscriber Base
  • Figure 62. Power, Coverage, and Capacity of Small Cells
  • Figure 63. Back Haul Small Cell Market Is Primarily Driving Factors
  • Figure 64. Small Cell Hyperdense Installation in Oakland CA
  • Figure 65. Hyperdense Work Streams Features
  • Figure 66. Hyper-dense Smart Cell Features
  • Figure 67. Nokia Femtocell Price Image
  • Figure 68. Small Cell Prices and Coverage, Verizon, Samsung and AT&T
  • Figure 69. Sprint Magicbox
  • Figure 70. Small Cells Regional Market Segments, 2020
  • Figure 71. Small Cells Regional Market Segments, 2020
  • Figure 72. A Recent Crown Castle Small Cell with VZ on it at 35th & Lituanica, Chicago:
  • Figure 73. Small Cells San Francisco and Oakland
  • Figure 74. Small Cells and Electricity Distribution
  • Figure 75. Small Cells Installed Base
  • Figure 76. Small Cell Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2021 - 2027
  • Figure 77. Small Cell Market Forecasts, Installed Base Units, Worldwide, 2020 - 2027
  • Figure 78. Small Cell Market Segments Percent Units, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 79. Small Cell Market Segments Units, Worldwide, 2021-2027
  • Figure 80. Small Cells vs. DAS Locations
  • Figure 81. Houston Small Cell Separate Site Applications
  • Figure 82. Industry Small Cell Installations, Examples
  • Figure 83. Small Cells on Light and Utility Poles
  • Figure 84. Small Cells on Street Light Poles
  • Figure 85. Small Cells Installed on Traffic Signals
  • Figure 86. Small Cells Hosted on Bill Boards
  • Figure 87. Small Cells Installed on Wooden Utility Poles
  • Figure 88. Small Cells Installed Inside an Advertising Board in a Bus Shelter
  • Figure 89. Small Cells Hosted on Water Towers
  • Figure 90. Small Cell Density City of Los Angeles
  • Figure 91. Los Angeles Small Cell Clusters
  • Figure 92. Boston Small Cell Clusters
  • Figure 93. Denver Public Works Approved Small Cell Locations
  • Figure 94. 5G Download Speed in 5 US City Downtowns, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon
  • Figure 95. mmWave Spectrum 5G Download Speed by Wireless Provider: AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon 160
  • Figure 96. Small Cell Forum Partners
  • Figure 97. Small Cell Forum Collaboration Partners
  • Figure 98. Problems with Small Cells
  • Figure 99. Integrate Wireless Technology into The Built Environment
  • Figure 100. 5G Licensed, Shared, and Unlicensed Spectrum Bands and Properties
  • Figure 101. Bandwidth Allocation by Country
  • Figure 102. 5G Spectrum Utilizing Low, Mid, and High Bands
  • Figure 103. 5G NR mmWave Outdoor Coverage via co-Siting
  • Figure 104. Selected Telecomm Associations
  • Figure 105. Airspan Portfolio of Solutions'
  • Figure 106. Airspan Wireless Indoor 5G Small Cell
  • Figure 107. ANS Trusted Source of Backhaul Expertise
  • Figure 108. DAS Services by ANS
  • Figure 109. Small Cell Services by ANS
  • Figure 110. DAS Services by ANS
  • Figure 111. ADRF Positioning
  • Figure 112. Commscope 5G Business
  • Figure 113. Commscope Revenue by Segment
  • Figure 114. Commscope Revenue 2020 and 2019
  • Figure 115. Metro Cell Solution Locations
  • Figure 116. Macro Cell Tower Solutions Locations
  • Figure 117. Macro Cell Tower Solutions Signal Transmission Types
  • Figure 118. Metro Cell Solution Signal Transmission Types
  • Figure 119. SpiderCloud LTE Small Cell Technology
  • Figure 120. Corning SON Architecture and External Interface Functions
  • Figure 121. Corning SON Architecture and External Interface Image
  • Figure 122. Ericsson Outdoor Micro Radio Small Cells
  • Figure 123. Ericsson Revenue 2017 to 2020
  • Figure 124. Eriksson Strong 5G Portfolio
  • Figure 125. Ericsson Market Share Gains Regionally
  • Figure 126. Ericsson Market Share Gains by Leveraging the Technology Shift with Competitive offering 216
  • Figure 127. Ericsson Market Strengths
  • Figure 128. Ericsson Small Cell Portfolio Features:
  • Figure 129. Ericsson Positioning for Small Cells
  • Figure 130. Ericsson End-To-End Integrated Small Cells
  • Figure 131. Ericsson Small Cell Strand-Mount Unit for Outdoor Micro Radios Making It Easier to Install Radios on Existing Grid: Hung On Aerial Coax, Fiber, Or Electricity Cables
  • Figure 132. Ericsson Multi-Operator Dot and the Multi-Dot Enclosure Functions
  • Figure 133. Ericsson Radio Dot System Architecture
  • Figure 134. Philips and Ericsson Energy Efficient Public Lighting with Ericsson Network Performance 225
  • Figure 135. Ericsson Dual Band Radio Dot
  • Figure 136. Ericsson Hardened Radio Dot for Outdoor and Stadium Deployments
  • Figure 137. Outdoor and Stadium Ericsson Hardened Radio Dot Small Cell Features
  • Figure 138. Ericsson Small Cell In-Building Solutions
  • Figure 139. Fujitsu Reduced Power Consumption and Increased the Accuracy of Beam Direction 235
  • Figure 140. Huawei Small Cells
  • Figure 141. Huawei Positioning with Small Cells to Address Network Operator Needs
  • Figure 142. Huawei Significant Breakthroughs in Air Interface Solutions
  • Figure 143. Small Cell 4.5G Technologies Implementations
  • Figure 144. Huawei Partnerships with Key Operators
  • Figure 145. ip.access Small Cell Solution Segments
  • Figure 146. Motorola Small Cell 5G Modem-RF System
  • Figure 147. Nokia eNode Bs Features
  • Figure 148. Nokia 5G AirScale and AirFrame Radio Portfolio
  • Figure 149. Nokia Broadband Traffic Management
  • Figure 150. Nokia AirScale
  • Figure 151. Nokia 5G mmWave Implementations
  • Figure 152. Nokia 5G Applications Remote Vehicle SubArrays, Multiple Nodes with 128 Antennae elements, Indoor Mobility, Adaptive Beam Tracking, Outdoor Vehicular Mobility
  • Figure 153. Nokia In Building Wireless
  • Figure 154. Nokia Small Cell Target Markets
  • Figure 155. Nokia DAS and Hybrid Ethernet Based DAS
  • Figure 156. Nokia Supports Indoor Wireless
  • Figure 157. Nokia Advantages of Small Cells
  • Figure 158. Small Cells Support Heterogeneous Network
  • Figure 159. Nokia Small Cell Deployments
  • Figure 160. Nokia AirScale Wi-Fi'
  • Figure 161. NTSI Customers
  • Figure 162. Qualcomm Supports Network Densification with Small Cells
  • Figure 163. Qualcomm Multi-Gigabit Mobile Connections
  • Figure 164. Qualcomm Stadium, Entrance and Exit Mobile Connections
  • Figure 165. Qualcomm Small Cell Technology Functions
  • Figure 166. Qualcomm Flexible, Scalable, Enterprise Grade Small Cell Solutions
  • Figure 167. Qualcomm Supports Robotic Manufacturing
  • Figure 168. Qualcomm Private 5G Networks
  • Figure 169. Qualcomm Supports Mobile Connectivity Indoors with Small Cell Technology
  • Figure 170. Qualcomm Small Cell Technologies Support Virtualized RAN vRAN
  • Figure 171. Qualcomm Supports Flexible Small Cell Technology
  • Figure 172. Qualcomm Small Cell Technology Positioning: Accelerating Mobile Deployments for Smartphones
  • Figure 173. Qualcomm Response to 5G New Radio (NR) Release-15 Specification
  • Figure 174. Qualcomm / Nokia Partnership
  • Figure 175. Benefits of Mobile to Industries
  • Figure 176. Qualcomm Revenue Q4 Fiscal 2020
  • Figure 177. Qualcomm Revenue Q4 Fiscal 2020
  • Figure 178. Verizon Samsung Small Cell
  • Figure 179. Samsung Key Enhanced Features of The Next Generation BBU:
  • Figure 180. Samsung Next Generation Baseband Unit (BBU), the CDU50
  • Figure 181. Mobile Carriers and Wireless Networks That Need Enhanced Reception
  • Figure 182. Small Cell Forum Standardization of Key Elements of Small Cell Technology
  • Figure 183. Small Cell Forum Membership Standardization of Key Elements of Small Cell Technology 297
  • Figure 184. 5G Issues as They Relate to Small Cells and Network Densification
  • Figure 185. Small Cell Forum Issues, Virtualization, Cloud, Edge, Shared Spectrum, RAN
  • Figure 186. Operational and Deployment Requirements, Including Regulatory Frameworks, Backhaul and Sites Topics
  • Figure 187. Solid Healthcare Organization Wireless Applications Coverage
  • Figure 188. Solid Technologies Small Cells for Hospitals
  • Figure 189. Subsystems of a Small-Cell Unit
  • Figure 190. Where to Install Small-Cell Units
  • Figure 191. Series of ZTE LTE Small Cell products
  • Figure 192. ZTE Small Cell Product Highlights
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