Ericsson sees tiny radio as solution to big signal problems

09/26/2013 | Computerworld · Light Reading

Ericsson on Wednesday introduced the Radio Dot System as a way to boost weak cellular signals in office buildings. The tiny radio, smaller than an average person's hand, uses regular LAN cables to link up to full-size base stations and will ship next year, Ericsson said in touting the small-cell solution as an inexpensive way for carriers to boost the strength of their voice and data signals to enterprises.

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