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CommScope Definitions: What Is the Internet of Things?

Mike Wolfe - Oct 9, 2015

In the “Internet of Things” (IoT), a multitude of sensors, meters and other machines are connected to a network to create more value and efficiency across a host of applications. IoT is still evolving, but will likely involve different network requirements based on the different applications. Mike Wolfe explains more about IoT in today’s blog post, the latest in the CommScope Definitions series. Read more

The Voltage Drop Challenge

John Chamberlain - Oct 8, 2015

Voltage drop is a key consideration for radio planners and plays a central role in the challenge of supplying power efficiently to remote radio units (RRUs) at cell sites. Voltage drop is the amount of electric voltage that is lost as a result of current moving through the circuit. In today’s blog post, John Chamberlain explains more about the term and how the wireless industry is waiting for a solution that delivers the right amount of power to RRUs in an efficient manner. Read more

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