International Meeting

GOODTECHS 2016

GOODTECHS 2016

November 30 - December 1, 2016

2nd EAI International Conference on Smart Objects and Technologies for Social Good

By social good we refer to a "good" or a service that benefits the largest number of people in the largest possible way. Some classic examples of social goods are, of course, healthcare, safety, environment, democracy, and human rights, but we can add to this classic list even communication, art, entertainment and much more.

GOODTECHS is the premier venue for researchers and practitioners interested in experiences with the design, implementation, deployment, operation and evaluation of smart objects and technologies for social good. Clearly, we are not considering only the so called first world as the scenario for this evolution; we also refer to those areas where ICT is currently less widespread, hoping that it may represent a societal development opportunity rather than a source for further divide.

Further information in Goodtechs website http://goodtechs.eu/2016

 

International Meeting

ETSI RRS#36

ETSI RRS#36

From the 21st to the 25th of November, 2016

36th meeting of the Technical Committee Reconfigurable Radio Systems (TC RRS) of ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute)

Founded in 2008, TC RRS is responsible to carry out standardization activities related to Reconfigurable Radio Systems encompassing both Software Defined Radio (SDR) and Cognitive Radio (CR).
In addition, TC RRS has the responsibility to collect and define the related Reconfigurable Radio Systems requirements from relevant stakeholders, to identify gaps where existing ETSI standards do not fulfill the requirements and suggest further standardization activities to fill those gaps, to deliver its results in the form of technical reports and specifications, and to provide ETSI with a major center of expertise in the area of Reconfigurable Radio Systems.
The work of TC RRS is organized in three Working Groups that cover the topics related to system aspects and cognitive functionalities, definition of the architecture for reconfigurable radio equipment, Reconfigurable Radio Systems security, certification and declaration of conformity for radio reconfigurable devices.
TC RRS counts on the expertise and active contribution of several stakeholders in the telecommunication area such as mobile network operators, manufacturers, National Regulatory Agencies, research centers and academies.

 

Company Meeting

Wholesale Customers Day

Wholesale Customers Day

October 6, 2016

A meeting and a table of interaction and comparison with the TIM wholesale customers on the issues of the New Model of Equivalence and innovation in processes and systems.

TIM organizes a deepening event with alternative operators, with the aim to share the logic and the goals of the New Model of Equivalence, on the strengthening of guarantees in terms of equal treatment. It's an important moment of exchange, during which it will be shown the innovations of the deployment plan, in terms of Wholesales processes and systems, made available to the market for the continuous improvement of the service quality offered to the market.

 

International Meeting

5G Ecosystems and Open Mobile Edge Cloud - IEEE SDN Pre-Industrial Workshop

5G Ecosystems and Open Mobile Edge Cloud - IEEE SDN Pre-Industrial Workshop

June 15-16, 2016

As part of the activities carried out in the initiative IEEE SDN, chaired by A. Manzalini (TIM), on 15th and 16th June at TIM Future Centre in Venice and there has been an International Workshop on "5G Sustainable Ecosystems".

The workshop has been structured in two events:

June 15th: Toward Sustainable Ecosystems 5G: the main objective has been to discuss technical and economic sustainability of 5G ecosystems, in view of the ongoing of digital business transformation (Softwarization of Telecommunications)

June 16th: Open Mobile Edge Cloud for 5G Ecosystems: the main objective has been to discuss architectural and technical-economic aspects of the Open Mobile Edge Cloud paradigm (5G virtualization / cloudfication) under development in IEEE SDN

Among the Participants, several Operators (eg, China Mobile, AT & T, DT, Orange, Telenor ...), Technologies Providers (eg, Huawei, Ericsson, ...), University (Italian and International), ON.Lab, who shared their evolutionary visions towards the 5G, through keynote speeches and active debates.

The agenda is available at this link

 

International Meeting

METIS II

METIS II

April 12 to 15, 2016

METIS-II is an Integrated Project financed by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 framework. It is coordinated by Ericsson and managed technically by Nokia. TIM is active in this project with technical contributions related to spectrum, new 5G radio access and leads the Work Package dedicated to Standardization and Dissemination. The METIS-II project will pursue the following ambitious objectives:
1) Develop the overall 5G radio access network (RAN) design (where 5G refers to the overall future wireless communications system including evolved legacy and novel radio access technologies),  focusing particularly on designing the technology for an efficient integration of legacy and novel radio access network concepts into one holistic 5G system;
2) Provide the 5G collaboration framework within 5G-PPP for a common evaluation of 5G radio access network concepts from both a performance and techno-economical perspective;
3) Prepare concerted action towards regulatory and standardization bodies for an efficient standardization, development and economically attractive roll-out of 5Gwith a strong European footprint and head-start.
The project started on July 1st, 2015 and will last until June 30th, 2017 and the meeting in Venice is the fourth plenary meeting in the project lifetime.

 

International Meeting

WICSA

WICSA

April 5 to 8, 2016

The 13th Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture (WICSA) is the premier venue for practitioners and researchers interested in Software Architecture.
Since its inception, WICSA has functioned as a working conference, where researchers meet practitioners and where software architects can explain the problems they face in their day-to-day work and try to influence the future of the field.
In addition to traditional conference keynotes and paper sessions WICSA includes interactive working sessions where practitioners and researchers discuss their experiences to understand the current state of the field and identify opportunities to impact the future.
The theme for 2016 is Architecting in time.
CompArch is a federated conference series bringing together researchers and practitioners from Component-Based Software Engineering and Software Architecture.
The federated events are the 19h International ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on Component-Based Software Engineering (CBSE) and the 12th International ACM SIGSOFT Conference on the Quality of Software Architectures (QoSA).
CBSE continues to evolve as a discipline for the rapid assembly of flexible software systems, and the CBSE symposium has an established track record of promoting a better understanding of CBSE from diverse perspectives.
The goal of QoSA is to address the quality aspects of software and how these relate to the design of software architectures.
WICSA and Comparch will be co-located in 2016 for the third time (after 2011 and 2015), and for the first time they will be run by the same Program Committee.

 

International Meeting

HGI Symposium – Innovation in the Broadband Home

HGI Symposium – Innovation in the Broadband Home

March 7 to 10, 2016

The Future Centre hosts the Home Gateway Initiative (HGI) final event, a special symposium highlighting Operators and Manufacturers views on requirements for Home Gateways, Home Networks, and Smart Home Services. The symposium takes place on March 8 and 9, 2016.  It will examine current digital home technology issues, service models and ecosystems for smart home services, and “disrupting factors” causing changes to requirements for gateways and networks in the ultra-broadband home.
After more than 10 years of successful work, HGI (www.homegateway.org) will wrap up by hosting this informative and collaborative symposium. A mix of speakers from HGI and liaison partners will report key learnings and provide insight on future requirements. Demos from HGI members and liaison partners will be also shown. For additional info  see http://www.homegateway.org/meetings/TP_44_Venice/44_index.asp or email to luca.giacomello@telecomitalia.it.

 

Company Meeting

Discovering EAST

Discovering EAST
 

International Meeting

GSMA Remote SIM Provisioning Task Force (RSPTF)

GSMA Remote SIM Provisioning Task Force (RSPTF)

November from 9th to 13th, 2015

The GSMA RSPTF is a group of MNOs who are targeting together the finalization of the specifications for the new Provisioning methods for the embedded UICC. The group is an evolution of the initial SIM TF who was taking care of the specs for the e-UICC for the M2M market and today is mainly focused on the Consumer devices. The group active since July 2015 has the initial target to complete the phase1 specs by dec 2015 and phase2 specs by March 2016. The activity is running under GSMA rules and is completed by another group (RSPTEC group) where OEM manufacturers, SIM Vendors and chipset vendors are defining the technical specs. The completion of phase 1 specs will allow the management of a subscription OTA/I for a companion device (e.g. wearables, tablets) while for phase 2  there will be the opportunity to include also smartphones. 

 

Company Meeting

Meeting Legal Northern Territory

Meeting Legal Northern Territory

October 27th, 2015

The headquarters of Telecom Italia Future Centre in Venice hosted the regular meeting of the Legal Territorial North Pole. It was, above all, the opportunity for an "all-out" among colleagues on major labor issues on the table today about the activities of the Office. They were also presented the first results achieved by the Working Groups recently established within the function "Litigation", which were attended by representatives of PLN. Then, the most important operational deadlines covered by the Territorial Pole were shared up to the end of the current year. The day ended with the purpose of finding themselves in 2016 for a new update on all current issues of the PLN.

 

International Meeting

ETSI Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) WGs

ETSI Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) WGs

From 12th to 16th October 2015

Telecom Italia and Huawei host at Future Centre in Venice the meetings of the two sub-working groups, i.e. ETSI MEC-IEG (Industry Enabling WG) and ETSI MEC-ISG (Industry Specification Group).
Mobile Edge Computing is an ETSI standardization group, created in late 2014, thanks to an initiative promoted by manufacturers and mobile operators. The MEC aims to create a standardized and open environment, providing servers with computing resources, storage capability, connectivity and access to the user traffic & network information typically not “visible” in legacy equipment. The MEC can be considered an intermediate step of the evolution of the RAN (Radio Access Network) towards the so-called 5G, with the introduction of a virtualized environment and cloud-computing paradigms of network-level access.

For more details please see:
· http://www.etsi.org/technologies-clusters/technologies/mobile-edge-computing
. Notiziario Tecnico Telecom Italia, N2 2015, pagg 88-89 

 

International Meetings

IEC 62209/MT1, PT 62209-3 and ICES TC34 Meetings

IEC 62209/MT1, PT 62209-3 and ICES TC34 Meetings

October 2015, 5th to 8th

Telecom Italia will hosts the IEC TC106/MT1 and PT 62209-3 Meetings in conjunction with ICES TC34 Subcommittees Meetings. The above IEC Subcommittees fall under the IEC TC 106, which has the main scope to prepare International technical Standards on measurement and calculation methods to assess human exposure to electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields.  
ICES TC34 Subcommittees has a similar scope, dealing with experimental techniques (SC1) and numerical Standards (SC2).

 

Company Meeting

ASA/NE Enlarged Committee

ASA/NE Enlarged Committee

July 8th, 2015

At the Future Centre in Venice, Telecom Italia has hosted the third meeting in 2015, of the "ASA/NE Enlarged Committee", focused on "Work Progress Report of the WG (Working Group) and Focal Point". The Managers and Referrals/Team Leaders of ASA/NE have been updated, according to the main indicators of Efficiency and Effectiveness of ASA Structure. In particular, among the various topics, much attention has been dedicated to the performance of the Customer’s Satisfaction for the Customers of competence (Residential, Business, Top), to the Productivity and Production of various Functions, as well as the latest "innovations in progress" in area ASO and ASA/NE (App, etc.). During the meeting, it has also been shown the document of the General Direction, about the "Rebranding" of Telecom Italia’s website and new “phonies” NHC.

 

International Meeting

3GPP RAN4#75-OTA-TRP/TRS-AH

3GPP RAN4#75-OTA-TRP/TRS-AH

July 1st-3rd2015

Telecom Italy hosted the meeting #75-OTA-TRP / TRS-AH relevant to 3GPP RAN WG4 at the Future Centre in Venice. The 3GPP RAN WG4 works on Radio Frequency aspects of UMTS and LTE, performing simulations and analysis in different system scenarios and by deriving the minimum requirements for transmission, reception and demodulation for user terminals (UE), base stations (BS) and repeaters too. The group also defines test procedures for the base stations (the test procedures from UE’s side are coped with by 3GPP RAN WG5 group). The meeting in question was focused on the definition of OTA (Over The Air) minimum requirements of transmitter power and receiver sensitivity of terminals for UMTS and LTE and in particular for smartphones and tablets.
More information is available at the following link: http://www.3gpp.org/RAN4-Radio-erformance-and

 

International Meeting

3GPP RAN4#75-BS-AAS-AH

3GPP RAN4#75-BS-AAS-AH

June 29 - July 1, 2015

Telecom Italia hosted  the #75-BS-AAS-AH meeting of the 3GPP RAN4 Working Group at Future Centre in Venice. RAN WG4 works on the RF (Radio Frequency) aspects of UMTS and LTE, performing simulations of diverse RF system scenarios and deriving the minimum requirements for transmission and reception parameters, and for channel demodulation for terminals, base stations and repeaters. The group defines the test procedures for the base stations as well (test procedures for the terminals are in charge of the 3GPP RAN WG5). The meeting was focused in the definitions of the OTA (Over The Air) and connected-mode requirements, for both the transmitter and the receiver, for the UMTS/LTE base stations equipped with Active Antennas.
More information can be found at the following link: http://www.3gpp.org/specifications-groups/ran-plenary/ran4-radio-performance-and-protocol-aspects.

 

International Meeting

GSM Association - FREQ #62

GSM Association - FREQ #62

11th of May 2015

The FREQ OEG of the GSMA is the Operator Expert Group focussed on radio spectrum issues including the future use of the “Digital Dividend”, the revision of the European Commission’s Radio Spectrum Policy Programme and the spectrum aspects of the European Telecom Framework Review. The group has an EU focus but also contributes to the work of the Conference of European Post and Telecommunications Authorities (CEPT), in particular the ECC Project Team 1 (PT1). FREQ Membership is open to all GSMA Members and we have close to 50 member companies and over 120 individuals covering key operators.

Further information are available at the following link 
https://infocentre2.gsma.com/gp/rig/EI/FQ/Pages/Default.aspx

 

International Board meeting

FIWARE Future Internet PPP Advisory Board meeting

FIWARE Future Internet PPP Advisory Board meeting

23rd-24th of April 2015

The FIWARE Future Internet PPP (www.fi-ppp.eu) Advisory Board held its first biannual meeting for the year 2015 in Venice on 23-24 April. The meeting took place at the historical premises of Telecom Italia Future Centre, at the ancient convent of San Salvador. As the Future Internet PPP programme is currently in its final third phase, the discussions of the board were focused on the future of FIWARE (www.fiware.org) beyond the programme’s existence, especially related to sustainability. As a result of the meeting a set of recommendations was given for the programme in order to further improve its work.

The members of the FIWARE Future Internet PPP Advisory Board are:
·         Wolfgang Wahlster (Advisory Board Chair), Professor, CEO and Scientific Director of the German Center for AI, DFKI
·         Arturo Azcorra, Professor at the University Carlos III in Madrid and Director of IMDEA Networks
·         Willem Jonker, Professor and CEO of the EIT ICT Labs
·         Ramon Suarez, Founder of Betacowork
·         John Zysman, Professor at the University of California at Berkeley, USA, and co-founder of the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy

The next FIWARE Future Internet PPP Advisory Board meeting has been planned for November 2015.

 

International Meeting

GCF Board of Directors #29

GCF Board of Directors #29

March 17th - 18th, 2015

Telecom Italia hosted the Board meeting #29 of Global Certification Forum at Future Centre in Venice. GCF, founded in 1999 in response to changes in the regulatory environment in Europe and to rapid technological development of mobile devices, is now recognized globally as the de facto standard for device certification and covers 3GPP (GSM, 3G/UMTS, LTE) and 3GPP2 (CDMA2000) wireless technologies. GCF's core objective are to assure the interoperability of wireless products with operators’ networks and to support industry's emerging business model, like the recent M2M, following the maxim “Test once, use anywhere”.
Telecom Italia, together with other main operators and manufacturers, is one of the founder companies of GCF.
More information are available at the following link: http://www.globalcertificationforum.org/

 

Meeting and round table on topics of healthcare in digital key

Healthcare Platform interoperability

Healthcare Platform interoperability

March 4th , 2015 

Considering the important acceleration given by the government with the approval of several decrees concerning health, that require a rethinking of the processes and methods for providing services, Telecom Italia has organized, with the North East territorial realities, this important event with the aim to analyze the concrete path that is being implemented to achieve public health services, more efficient and more effectiveness to the growing needs of the citizens.
The rapid spread of new digital technologies opens up huge opportunities in healthcare, particularly in development of healthcare platforms, that, through the integration of different information systems, produces a digital efficiency in the relationship between health and citizen.

 

Kicks off seventh edition of School on Business Network dedicated to Smart Innovation

Masters of Craft VII Edition

Masters of Craft VII Edition

January 30th, 2015

Opened today, at the Future Centre in Venice, the 2014-2015 season of School in Business Network, that will involve our "Masters Craft" colleagues in 35 selected schools throughout the country.
This project, operating since 2009 with the aim to create a structured relationship between high schools and Telecom Italia to make available the expertise and to get in touch with young people throughout the country, makes possible again a strong integration and comparison between our Masters Craft, school teachers and students on issues of common interest.
Speakers presented the project to an audience of about 100 children and several teachers.
That of Venice was the first of several initiatives that will be replicated the next few months in various regions of Italy.

 

International Meeting

GSM Association - TSG #18

GSM Association - TSG #18

Dicember the 2nd to 4th,  2014

Terminal Steering Group drives and coordinates device terminal activities with the aim to defragment enhance services, usability, security and consistency.
TSG aligns and delivers published terminal requirements and test cases and provides valuable inputs to numerous industry groups , facilitating operator and vendor alignment to drive terminal related matters for the benefit of the entire mobile ecosystem. It manages/coordinates terminal capability requirements activities within GSMA and beyond.
TSG Membership is open to all GSMA Members and we have close to 70 member companies and over 150 individuals covering key operators and vendors globally who engage in all our activities.

Ulteriori informazioni sono disponibili al seguente link https://infocentre2.gsma.com/gp/wg/TS/Pages/Default.aspx

 

International Meeting

NGMN NGCOR

NGMN NGCOR

November the 25th to 27th, 2014

The final meeting of NGMN NGCOR Project (www.ngmn.org) was held in Venice Future Centre.
Started in 2011,  the objective of NGCOR project “Next Generation Converged Operations Requirements” was to reduce complexity and integration costs in the area of network management.
To this purpose NGCOR delivered a set of requirements for defining standardised interfaces between the Telco infrastructure and the OSS (Operations Support Systems), specifically in the areas of Modelling and Tooling, Converged Operations, Fault Management, Configuration Management, Performance Management, Resource & Service Inventory and Business Scenarios for Network Sharing.
A set of these requirements have been recognised and already endorsed by 3GPP, TMF, MultiSDO and additional work in such Fora, based on NGCOR results,  is planned for 2015.
During its lifecycle NGCOR provided a valuable set of requirements taking into account the convergence of networks and its output deliverables are the basis over which future technologies could rely on. 

 

International Meeting

3GPP RAN WG5

3GPP RAN WG5

November the 10th to 14th, 2014

Meeting #65 of the 3GPP RAN5 Working Group (WG) was held this week in the Future Centre. The RAN5 WG is part of the 3GPP project whose scope is to produce technical specifications to standardise the modern radio communication networks. At the Venice Future Centre RAN5 meeting about 80 people were present from the telecommunication and testing industries, representing all the most active companies. RAN5 specifies the conformance testing of UMTS, LTE and beyond mobile terminals. RAN5 also coordinates a special Task Force in ETSI called MCC TF160 which was created in June 2000 and comprises protocol experts and developers. MCC TF160 is in charge of developing the necessary machine-readable code to be run on the test equipment in order to verify the terminal’s conformance to the 3GPP standards. The RAN5 WG is organised into two subgroups, RF subgroup (RAN5 RF) and signalling subgroup (RAN5 SIG). The technical specifications produced by RAN5 are a vital input to the certification bodies GCF and PTCRB (North America) which use the testing defined by RAN5 in their commercial terminals certification schemes. 

Further information are available on the following link http://www.3gpp.org/RAN5-Mobile-terminal-conformance

 

International meeting

3GPP SA5 #97

3GPP SA5 #97

October the 20th to 24th, 2014

Almost fifty delegates of the most important companies in mobile telecommunication are met at the Future Centre in Venice for the 3GPP SA5 #97 meeting.  
The working group SA5  specifies requirements, architecture and services needed for management of the network (RAN, CN, IMS) and its services, moreover SA5 defines charging solutions.
Performance of the networks and services, especially in multi-technology environment (GSM / GPRS, UMTS, HSPA, LTE etc .) and user management aspects strongly depend from OAM and charging solutions, for this reason these aspects are very important for TLC operators.
Last but not least SA5 specifies solutions for Self-Optimizing Networks (SON) and for energy management (energy saving).

 

Zigbee Smart Homes Day

Smart Day at Future Centre

Smart Day at Future Centre

October 17th, 2014 from 9:00 am

Please join to this conference organized by Telecom Italia (member of the Energy@home Association) and ZigBee Alliance to discover new services and scenarios associated to the Smart Homes.
Main topics:
Smart Homes started to be placed in everyone homes and in the future they will be much more and with always more complex and efficient technologies. They can provide advantages for customers, enhancing security, upgrade comfort living, monitor the energy consumption, and promote to live in a more green and eco-friendly environment. The conference will show how telecom operators, utilities, service providers and device manufacturers use ZigBee in the home, helping to create the market for Internet of Things in Europe and around the world.
Throughout the day, thought leaders from all over Europe will present their experience deploying Smart Home solutions using the only global, standards based wireless technology that can affordably and conveniently connect a wide variety of devices for the home. Visit exhibitors displaying a wide range of products from BEGA, CentraLite, Develco, Dresden Elektronik, Enel, HeatSave, Indesit, IJENKO, Meazon, Netvox, Nietzsche Enterprise, NYCE Control, Philips, Ubisys, Urmet and many more. Telecom Italia will be part of the demonstration area as well, together with the Energy@home partners.
Agenda (pdf - 387 KB)

How to participate Register here

 

First MAS2TERING Workshop

from 2:30 pm

To reach an important milestone along the roadmap to a low-carbon economy by 2050, on September 4th, 2014 the EU Commission launched the MAS2TERING project. MAS2TERING stands for “Multi-Agent Systems and Secured coupling of Telecom and Energy gRIds for Next Generation smart grid services,” and is a collaborative three-year technology driven and business focused study. It aims to facilitate the optimization of European smart grids to include a better integration of intermittent and local energy technologies. Through this, the project will contribute to the realization of a low carbon electricity grid that minimises greenhouse gas emissions and enhances the security, quality, and reliability of energy supply networks.
MAS2TERING addresses the need for the development of an innovative information and communication technology (ICT) platform for the monitoring and optimal management of low-voltage distribution grids by and will be focused on enhanced security measures. The project consortium includes prominent industrial organizations and research institutes from the European energy, telecom, ICT, and security fields, to leverage the critical dimensions of the project whilst ensuring the potential for market uptake.
Join the first public workshop organized by MAS2TERING to understand preliminary business-feedback on project’s targets and collaborate to collect input to high-level functional requirements definition. One complementary goal will be to evaluate current business strategies adopted by Telecom and Energy industrial stakeholders, in order to propose new models for a fruitful and mutually beneficial collaboration.
Agenda (pdf - 144 KB)

How to participate Register here

 

44th Member Meeting

ZigBee Alliance

ZigBee Alliance - 44th Member Meeting

October 13th to 17th, 2014

Each year, members of the ZigBee Alliance gather to develop new standards, and share insights, strategies and plans for broadening the adoption of ZigBee.
These meetings are available to all Promoter and Participant Alliance members. Since the Alliance has members from around the world, we hold meetings in different regions each time.

 

First Italian workshop with "Collective Intelligence"

Culture and Hi-tech: Value for Italy

Culture and Hi-tech: Value for Italy

December 5th, 2013

Observatory TuttiMedia, Media Duemila and Telecom Italia Future Centre promote this unique event, in which the prof. Derrick de Kerckhove (McLuhan Program / Media Duemila) intervenes for the first time in Italy on the theme "New business models for a Culture 2.0" and experiments with all the participants a methodology of Connective Intelligence.
Opens the works his colleague and friend Gian Antonio Stella, author of the book: "Vandals: assault on Italian beauty."
The meeting has the objectives to analyze how a Smart City can become a Cultural City, which are the cornerstones of the binomial Economics and Culture, and how the Cultural Heritage can become the pivot to base the contemporary digital culture.
The event is enhanced by the videoconference call from the archaeological site of Pompeii with Antonio Irlando (Observatory of Cultural Heritage), which, with journalists on the spot, will reason about the challenges that the Cultural Heritage system must overcome to achieve innovation objectives proposed by Digital Agenda.

 

International Meeting 3GPP RAN3

The latest generation of mobile telephony

The latest generation of mobile telephony

October the 7th to 11th, 2013

One hundred delegates from Europe, America and Asia met at the Future Centre in Venice for a meeting of  3GPP RAN3, whose goal is to set the standard for communication between devices on access network HSPA and LTE.
Communication between devices is the basis of mobility: it allows people to move from the coverage of an antenna to another, without dropping  your voice or data communication, and is the basis of the advanced capabilities (such as the control of  radio interference and the simultaneous use of multiple frequencies) that enable so high transmission speeds.
The group works concern especially the realization of automatic control functions of system and the energy saving, that also promote the reduction of costs to the base of the continuous decrease in tariffs in the world of mobile communication services.

 

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