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For those interested in technologies, they give an overview and also we present our thoughts on what may happen in the future.
In this Tech Talk, Gunnar Mildh, Expert in the area of Radio Network Architecture at Ericsson Research describes how WiFi and Cellular integration will improve the end user experience.
This paper provides a high-level overview of LTE Rel-10, sometimes referred to as LTE-Advanced. First, a brief overview of the first release of LTE and some of its technology components are given, followed by a discussion on the IMTAdvanced requirements. The technology enhancements introduced to LTE in Rel-10, carrier aggregation, improved multiantenna support, relaying and improved support for heterogeneous deployments, are described. The paper is concluded with simulation results, showing that LTE Rel-10 fulfills and even surpasses the requirements for IMT-Advanced.
The objective of this paper is to improve the knowledge on directional channel characteristics at the base station, particularly concerning elevation. For this purpose a channel measurement campaign has been performed. A powerful new method for super-resolution channel estimation has been used to get a detailed picture of the directional characteristics of the channel. This has further led to improved knowledge of when processes like diffraction over rooftops and/or specular reflections are important. The findings herein have been incorporated into a model for the elevation angle dispersion which is proposed as an extension to some commonly used directional channel models such as the ITU-IMT-Advanced model.
This paper proposes a technique to enhance the load-spreading algorithms used by IEEE 802.1aq Shortest Path Bridging. Its benefits are balanced network utilization and the new ability to apply subtle modifications to the distribution of the traffic matrix.
This paper discusses problems in content distribution and real-time interpersonal communication services (such as voice and video) with sufficient quality over best-effort networks. Quality as perceived by the user is important, but context dependence is essential for delivering services that are "good enough" to satisfy the user.
Ericsson is your guide in the Networked Society. To give you a glimpse of what the Networked Society has in store, Ericsson Research will be at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to share the results from some of its latest research.
Ulf Ewaldsson, Ericsson's Chief Technology Officer discusses how ICT technologies can transform industries.
The volumes of data generated in our increasingly connected world continue to rise to unprecedented levels. But what exactly can this information do for you?
Innovation is a part of Ericsson’s DNA. IPR licensing allows us to continue investing in R&D.
Ericsson CTO Ulf Ewaldsson discusses the future for the 5G network with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West.
Operators can continue to improve the relevance of their networks by adopting an architecture customized for innovation.
We have a passion for technology and with our 33,000 patents, we are no 1 in the mobile wireless industry!
Ericsson’s cloud offering delivers distributed cloud capabilities that enable a better user experience for cloud applications, and more efficient utilization of network resource.