New Technology Boosts GSM Capacity
Sep 3, 2003, 7:19 PM by (staff)
3G Americas today released a white paper detailing a new handset-based technology that can significantly boost GSM network capacity. The technology, called Single Antenna Interference Cancellation (SAIC), was shown in recent field trials to boost network capacity up to 70 percent in synchronous networks. The white paper is available as a free download from the 3G Americas web site. 3G Americas is an industry organization focused on GSM and related technologies in the Americas.
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