macrocell

macrocell

A cell tower that covers a radius of several miles. Contrast with microcell.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 29, 2019-: Global Macrocell RRU/ARS Market Analysis and Forecast, 2019-2023
"The small antennas work in conjunction with existing macrocell antennas.
1, the downlink data transmission scenario of a two-tier HCN with underlay model is considered, where the energy-harvesting small cell network and the macrocell network are deployed in the same area.
The current mobile network relies on a relatively small number of macrocell base stations with a range of twenty miles or more, and antennas mounted high on cellphone towers or rooftops.
In [6], an HO mechanism between Macrocell and Femtocell in LTE based networks is proposed.
Therefore, corrosion detection technologies were developed including chain drag method (ASTM D4580-12), electrochemical half-cell potential (HCP), Tafel extrapolation technique (TP), linear polarization resistance (LPR) [3-5], macrocell current (MC) [6], radio-frequency identification (RFID), and sacrificial sensors (SS).
Development of cognitive femtocell network (CFN) is able to provide solutions to improve the cost effectiveness in several scenarios related to spectrum scarcity because the femtocell network can be implemented to share the spectrum with the macrocell network [5].
We have a technology called the MacroCell LTE which allows public
Enterprise and governmental facilities broadband needs with the capability to deliver up to ten times faster bandwidth for macrocell backhaul, or access broadband for commercial use, whether that be a multi-dwelling residential unit, such as a block of flats, a business park, or a university campus through mBond.
Denish NG, Director, Marketing and Infrastructure Solutions, Rosenberger said, "The Indian telecom industry has witnessed increasing investments in HetNet infrastructure with the deployment of C-RAN (Cloud Radio Access Networks) architectures, traditional macrocell base stations, small cells and DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) networks, over past few years.
Dense deployment of small cells over traditional macrocell s is considered as a key enabling technique for the emerging fifth-generation (5G) cellular networks [1-4].