Based on HADDEN TELECOMS research
729 LTE and LTE-Advanced operators launched service in 220 countries/territories
This chart (PDF) shows the annual growth of launched LTE networks worldwide from 2009
Insightful 2-page summary report by expert colleague, Azita Arvani
Amongst the key themes observed:
5G Use Cases, Smart Cars, AI and Autonomous Transportation, UI and Experiences, TV's, Privacy ... etc.
Download the industry's best-researched and most comprehensive list of 709 commercially launched 4G/LTE operators in 213 countries (FDD,TDD: LTE, LTE-Advanced, LTE-Advanced Pro) - researched & published by HADDEN TELECOMS LTD
This report by HADDEN TELECOMS lists all 89 LTE / LTE-Advanced network operators offering VoWiFi Calling service, and another 22 operators studying, trialing or deploying VoWiFi technology
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According to the latest VoWiFi Service Launches Worldwide study by Hadden Telecoms Ltd, VoWiFi Calling is now available to users on 89 LTE / LTE-Advanced networks in 46 countries. More stats in this press release
According to the latest VoLTE Service Launches Worldwide study by HADDEN TELECOMS, VoLTE service is available to users on 164 LTE or LTE-Advanced networks across all regions of the world. This represents 24% of all 686 commercially launched LTE networks worldwide.
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This white paper provides an overview of test solutions addressing current and future requirements for antenna verification including both conducted and over-the-air (OTA) test methods, which result from applying Massive MIMO antenna technology.
mmW bands are of increasing interest for the satellite industry and under discussion as potential 5G spectrum. This white paper introduces some of the fundamental theory behind beamforming antennas, with simulation results and practical measurements.
Evolution towards 5G: this presentation from Telstra outlines the company's experience with slicing on 4G/LTE for various use cases, and the benefits with 5G enabling the ability to offer more dynamic slices of network
Presentation by Mike Wright, Group MD Networks, Telstra