Sharing an Antenna Doesn’t Mean Giving up Control

Mohamed Nadder Hamdy,  Director of Technical Sales 

The practice of network sharing has been a recurring topic of interest in the wireless industry since it was introduced in the early 2000′s. The first network sharing agreements were conceived as a way to help European wireless operators offset the high cost of launching 3G service in hard-to-cover areas. Despite the potential for savings, the initial surge of interest in network sharing quickly declined as most operators opted to build their own 3G networks. MORE

Six Ways to Troubleshoot in Local Area Networks

As the LAN (Local Area Network) environment gets increasingly complex, IDEAL Networks has issued guidance to help technicians identify the source of errors more simply and get the most from their network troubleshooting tester. MORE

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