Wireless Technology News

MuLTEfire Extends Unlicensed LTE

Qualcomm has come up with a new improved version of LTE-U – the version of LTE used for unlicensed spectrum. Qualcomm’s new technology for LTE in unlicensed spectrum, called MuLTEfire, does not require an anchor in licensed spectrum, so opening up LTE to organisations that don’t own licensed…

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Qualcomm Snubs IEEE

Qualcomm will not comply with IEEE recommendations that FRAND royalty percentages should be based on the value of the technology contributed rather than on the value of the product into which the technology is incorporated…

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The Poisoned Chalice

When, 12 months ago, Paul Jacobs handed the Qualcomm CEO job to Steve Mollenkopf, was he handing him a poisoned chalice…

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Europe Waning In Mobile R&D.

As Europe loses its wireless companies, so too it is losing its place in wireless R&D, according to Chetan Sharma Consulting…

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Wireless Tbps Achieved By Surrey University.

Tbps speeds for 5G have been demo-ed over 100 metres at Surrey University by a research team from the university’s 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) headed up by Professor Rahim Tafazolli…

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Smartphones

Global smartphone shipments grew 30 percent annually from 1.0 billion units in 2013 to a record 1.3 billion in 2014 with Android accounting for 81% of shipments, reports Strategy Analytics…

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Qualcomm Stumbling

Qualcomm predicts declining sales this year, its R&D spending is increasing less than its revenues and much less than the market, its top processor is criticised for over-heating, it has lost the top mobile processor slot at Samsung, it is losing out on design-wins in China…

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The TOR Phone

A Phone working on The Onion Router (TOR) network is to be marketed in October at a price of £234.

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