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Wednesday, 9 May 2018


Finnish telecom gear maker Nokia said that Indian telecom operators will begin field trials or fifth-generation of 5G technology in India, having already kick-started 5G lab trials that will also pick pace this year as telcos look to prepare themselves for the upcoming technology, which the government expects to be commercially rolled out by 2020 at par with global timelines


Harri Holma, Nokia’s Fellow for Technology & Innovation Research said that mobile data in India is roughly 80 petabytes per day, which makes India number one in the world. "So, India, in this case, is number one in the world in terms of mobile, which means that data actually makes a need here for 5G technology, because there is point of the solution, which can provide more capacity," he said, adding that availability of right spectrum is fairly critical for the success of 5G deployment in India.

A combination of low bands, medium bands, and high bands will to provide the optimal solution," he said, adding that the mid-band spectrum will provide a big data range of around 2 gigabytes per second and the 700 MHz band will provide great coverage, especially in the rural areas.

Wednesday, 2 May 2018


It’s looking certain that Massive MIMO will play a key part in the 5G networks of the future. Indeed, several mobile network operators around the world have already begun rolling the technology out. But what exactly is Massive MIMO, and why is it so important to 5G?


What is Massive MIMO?
MIMO stands for Multiple-input multiple-output. While it involves multiple technologies, MIMO can essentially be boiled down to this single principle: a wireless network that allows the transmitting and receiving of more than one data signal simultaneously over the same radio channel.
Standard MIMO networks tend to use two or four antennas. Massive MIMO, on the other hand, is a MIMO system with an especially high number of antennas.
There’s no set figure for what constitutes a Massive MIMO set-up, but the description tends to be applied to systems with tens or even hundreds of antennas. For example, Huawei, ZTE, and Facebook have demonstrated Massive MIMO systems with as many as 96 to 128 antennas.
Because MIMO systems need to physically pack more antennas into a small area, they require the use of higher frequencies (and hence shorter wavelengths) than current mobile network standards.
What are the advantages of Massive MIMO?
The advantage of a MIMO network over a regular one is that it can multiply the capacity of a wireless connection without requiring more spectrum. Early reports point to considerable capacity improvements, and could potentially yield as much as a 50-fold increase in future.
The more antennas the transmitter/receiver is equipped with, the more the possible signal paths and the better the performance in terms of data rate and link reliability.
A Massive MIMO network will also be more responsive to devices transmitting in higher frequency bands, which will improve coverage. In particular, this will have considerable benefits for obtaining a strong signal indoors.
The greater number of antennas in a Massive MIMO network will also make it far more resistant to interference and intentional jamming than current systems that only utilise a handful of antennas.
It should be noted, too, that Massive MIMO networks will utilise beamforming technology, enabling the targeted use of spectrum. Current mobile networks dumbly share a single pool of spectrum out to all users in the vicinity, which results in a performance bottleneck in densely populated area. With Massive MIMO and beamforming that’s handled far more smartly and efficiently, so data speeds and latency should be far more uniform across the network.
MIMO and 5G
While standard MIMO principles are already in use in multiple Wi-Fi and 4G standards, Massive MIMO will really play a part in 5G. Indeed, it’s widely expected that Massive MIMO will be a key enabler and foundational component of 5G.
One of the key roles of any 5G network will be to handle the huge increase in data usage that’s around the corner. Cisco estimates that by 2020 - when 5G is set to roll out - there will be 5.5 billion mobile users around the world, each consuming 20GB of data per month. That’s not even factoring in the predicted huge impact of the Internet of Things on our mobile networks.
Massive MIMO’s ability to serve multiple users - and multiple devices - simultaneously within a condensed area while maintaining fast data rates and consistent performance makes it the perfect technology to address the needs of the forthcoming 5G era.

Who is employing Massive MIMO?
Massive MIMO technology is already live commercially in China and Japan within a 4G LTE context. The latter country’s Softbank network deployed the first ever commercial Massive MIMO network towards the end of 2016.
In early September 2017, Ericsson announced the launch of a new FDD (Frequency Division Duplexing) radio with support for 5G and Massive MIMO. It claims that this will bridge the gap between 4G and 5G, boosting the capacity of existing 4G LTE while forming the foundation for 5G.
Chinese network technology companies ZTE and Huawei both announced new European Massive MIMO tests in October.
Vodafone and Huawei recently teamed up in Australia to show off Massive MIMO technology in a real world setting. They managed to use Vodafone's existing frequency spectrum, along with Huawei’s 5G active antenna unit (which features 32 internal transmitters and receivers) to hit transfer speeds of 717Mbps across eight devices.
Over in the US, mobile networks Sprint and T-Mobile have been conducting their own ambitious Massive MIMO tests, and they join AT&T and Verizon in doing so.
Closer to home, Vodafone has become the first European mobile network to deploy Massive MIMO. The company commenced upgrading a number of its UK sites towards the end of June 2017, and should hit 30 more in the latter half of the year.
Vodafone is said to be targeting UK hotspots that will most benefit from Massive MIMO’s unique attributes. These will include areas where there are often lots of customers within a small area, such as cities and sports stadiums. The network is using Ericsson base stations formed of 64 transmit and 64 receive streams.
It’s not yet know if EE, Three and O2 have any pre–5G Massive MIMO plans of their own.
Can current phones use Massive MIMO?
While Massive MIMO is predominantly a 5G technology, there are a number of current smartphones that can take advantage of it on current 4G networks - where available, of course.
These devices include the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, the HTC 10 and U11, the Huawei P9 and P10, the LG G5 and G6, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S8, and the Sony Xperia X and XZ.
However, it’s worth noting that even older or less capable phones that don’t support MIMO will be able to benefit from the more stable, more sensitive network environment that Massive MIMO will produce.

Tuesday, 1 May 2018

Flyers will be able to make calls and surf the internet in their aircraft flying over Indian airspace in the next three to four months, a senior official at the Department of Telecommunications said. The Telecom Commission on Tuesday approved the DoT’s proposal for both internet and mobile communication on aircraft.
As per the recommendations by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, the in-flight connectivity will be available once the aircraft has achieved an altitude of 3,000 meters. This restriction is being imposed to maintain compatibility with terrestrial networks. A flight generally attains the altitude of 3,000 metres about four-five minutes after take-of

“The DoT will now make the necessary amendments to the relevant laws to create a separate category of licences for in-flight connectivity operators, which could be telecom service providers. After making the amendments, the delay will invite applications from those interested in providing these services,” the official said.
In line with the regulator’s recommendations, to promote the concept of in-flight connectivity, these service providers should be charged a nominal licence fee of Re 1 per annum, the official said. However, the government will not intervene with the pricing mechanisms used by the operators for providing in-flight connectivity. Globally, the internet services available on board aircraft are charged at a premium over what is available otherwise

  • ZTE, China's smartphone giant, faces new rules that could cut into its sales in the U.S., while a supply ban means it may not be able to use Android software in its devices, a Reuters source said.
  • The ban was sparked by ZTE's violation of an agreement that was reached after it was caught illegally shipping U.S. goods to Iran.\


Chinese smartphone maker ZTE's U.S. woes deepened on Tuesday, as regulators proposed new rules that could cut into its sales, while a supply ban means it may not be able to use Android software in its devices, according to a source.
The U.S. Commerce Department banned American firms on Monday from selling parts and software to ZTE for seven years. The move was sparked by ZTE's violation of an agreement that was reached after it was caught illegally shipping U.S. goods to Iran.
Then on Tuesday a U.S. telecoms regulator proposed new rules that would bar government programs from buying from companies that it says pose a security threat to U.S. telecoms networks, which will likely hurt both ZTE and rival Chinese smartphone maker Huawei Technologies.

Monday, 30 April 2018

On Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Justice Department is investigating whether Huawei violated U.S. export sanctions related to Iran.
After the Trump Administration imposed a ban on the sale of American technologies to ZTE last week for similar export violations, this latest development feels like deja vu all over again and could cast a serious shadow over the business of the $92.5 billion Chinese company.
Earlier Wednesday, Bloomberg also reported that Huawei had dropped a planned dollar-denominated bond sale and delayed pricing of a European offering.



This is not the first time that Huawei comes under scrutiny from the U.S Government for possible export and sanctions violations.
Two years ago, the U.S. Commerce Department's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) issued a subpoena for information regarding Huawei's direct and indirect exports and re-exports of U.S. technology over the last 5 years to countries designated as supporters of international terrorism, or subject to U.S. trade sanctions and economic embargoes, including Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria.
Several months later, as reported by the New York Times, the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), which oversees compliance of a number of American sanctions programs, also sent a subpoena to Huawei to describe the "technology and services provided to Cuba, Iran, Sudan and Syria over the past five years. It also called for the identity of individuals who played a part in those transactions."
The Chinese company has over 180,000 employees globally.

Thursday, 26 April 2018


    Job Description
    We Are Hiring NOC Engineer At Chennai Location

    Job Specification:
    Skillset : Noc Engineer 
    Designation : Network Engineer 
    Work Location : Chennai 
    Job Description:  NOC Engineer :

  1. Good technical skills in LAN / WAN and Telecom troubleshooting.
  2. Knows basic show commands to identify common issues and verify settings (cisco/juniper).
  3. Juniper & Cisco hardware experience.
  4. Knowledge of TCP/IP fundamentals and commonly-used network protocols (MPLS, IPv6, BGP,Multicast, DNS, DHCP and SNMP).
  5. Knowledge of network routing protocols for IP, Source Specific Multicast and PIM.
  6. Experience with IP-backhaul of HD-SDI, 3G SDI and ASI; Experience with conditional accesssystems and IP DRM.
  7. Expert knowledge of H.264, MPEG2, ATSC and DVB-S S2,T. Exposure to upcoming compression technologies like JPEG2000 and HEVC/H.265.
  8. Strong knowledge and experience on Enterprise hardware and software infrastructure (Servers, Linux, Windows experience).
  9. Strong knowledge of network/video troubleshooting tools, and monitoring platforms.
  10. Able to troubleshoot network/video issues remotely with Deployment Engineers.


    Basic Requirement:
    Immediate joiner/ Notice period of less than 30 days (preferred)
    Should be ready to work in night shifts

    If you feel above position is inline with your career aspiration, kindly revert to this email (anish@ilabztechnology.com) along with your updated profile for further process.

Wednesday, 18 April 2018


Require DT Engineer for Kerala/Karnataka/AP/Telangana/Tamilnadu
Company : Decon
Send CV for this mail id : Navneet.singh@deconglobalsolutions.com


1.Requred 4G exprience dt
2. Should have Min 1year exprience or Fresher
3.Should have basic knowlodge of LTE drive test.
4.Should work on TEMS/NEMO


Send your CV : Navneet.singh@deconglobalsolutions.com
In subject please note Location you Preferred.

Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Dear All,
We at Reliance Jio looking to hire Engineering Graduates having 3+ years to 6 years experienced candidates for our FTTH Manager positions
He should be a on-roll/ off-roll employees working with any telecom / ISP organizations meeting the below criteria.
Have scheduled a Walk-In Interview on 4th April, 5th April,6th April & 7th April 2018. Send me your profiles to aditya.donepudi@ril.com


Venue : Reliance Jio Infocomm, 4th Floor, Lake Shore Towers, Raj Bhavan Road, Somajiguda 
Hyderabad. 

B.Tech/B.E ( ECE/ EEE/ Instrumentation) with 60% in B.E/B.Tech
3 years to 6 years overall experience
Experience in GPON, Fiber planning, Fiber operations
Should be CCNA certified.
Positions open across telangana
Willing to relocate to anyplace in TelanganaĆ¢€¦like open to relocate to anywhere
Regards
aditya donepudi
9989099166 

Tuesday, 27 March 2018

Ericsson and Ambra Solutions Deliver Deepest LTE Network in Canadian Mine



  • LTE Advanced network will be deployed three kilometers below ground – the deepest LTE network in Canada
  • Data and voice access network will be built completely on Ericsson equipment
  • New LTE network will increase mine safety, efficiency and pave the way for innovative Internet of Things (IoT) use cases

Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) and Ambra Solutions have worked together to deliver Canada's deepest underground LTE network for the Agnico Eagle mining site, LaRonde in Abitibi, Quebec.
Located three kilometers below the surface, the LTE network will provide data and voice mobility services across the site and enable several Internet of Things (IoT) use cases to improve safety and mining operations.
LTE cellular networks can provide data and voice mobility services over low frequency bands that allow a better propagation than any other available technology, delivering faster, more advanced wireless technology. The network in LaRonde is utilizing band 5 at 850MHz. Ambra is the only Canadian operator deploying private LTE networks in underground mines.
The solution is based on the latest Ericsson Radio System portfolio of basebands and radio units, software upgradable to provide Massive IoT capabilities for sensor-based applications and support 5G New Radio (NR) capability.

Wednesday, 21 March 2018


We have urgent requirement of 2  Senior Engineer- LTE Integration for gurgaon. Its a US Shift job maximum 4-5 days working in a week.

Job Responsibilities: ( MUST HAVE NOKIA LTE EXPERIENCE ON US PROJECTS)

    Create Detailed Feature Requirements and Specifications for Integration Tools that generate eNodeB Integration scripts
    Create and document test plans for various eNodeB configurations (new sites, antenna configurations, migrations, and carrier-additions)
    Manage and schedule testing of new software releases and features with the Integration team and manager.
    Track and resolve issues identified during the testing process.
Work with the software development team to correct software, performance, and usability issues.
Recommend improvements to the integration tools based on the Integration team feedback
    Create user documentation and methods and procedures for the integration software tools
    Provide training and support to the integration engineers who will be using the integration tools.

    4+ years of Wireless eNodeB integration and operation experience
    4+ years of LTE RAN Integration and technical support experience
    Thorough knowledge of Nokia NetAct environment & tools and LTE eNodeB equipment configurations.
    Experience with the creation of scripts for the integration of Nokia eNodeB new sites, migrations, and carrier-adds
    Experience performing integrations in T-Mobile or AT&T RAN Networks.
    Experience with troubleshooting integration script and eNodeB configuration issues.
    Experience with creation of methods of procedures for integration tools and integration activities

BR//
HR Team
MobileComm Technologies India Pvt. Ltd
ashish.lal@mcpsinc.com