Making Telecoms Work provides access to a range of telecom technology business and economic modelling multi client studies and resources that are not readily available elsewhere in the public domain.
We have two recent White Papers available, both sponsored by Nujira and based on a range of operator and vendor interviews.
Improving the Consumer Experience in LTE quantifies the potential opportunities for realising additional customer value by improving the RF efficiency and linearity of RF power amplifiers in user equipment.
The Impact of User Equipment Uplink Performance on LTE Network Economics analyses the related impact of these efficiency improvements on network costs and network value.
Both of these White Papers build on prior study work sponsored by Peregrine Semiconductor and Ethertronics LTE User equipment, network efficiency and value which analyses the impact of LTE user equipment performance on user value and operator EBITDA and the related fiscal benefits that accrue to LTE infrastructure hardware and software vendors, LTE user equipment developers and manufacturers and their supply chain including component vendors and algorithmic design teams.
These studies can be downloaded from The Making Telecoms Work resources page.
New book from RTT
Making Telecoms Work – from technical innovation to commercial success.
Available from John Wiley and sons and Amazon
Bridging the industry divide between the technical expertise of engineers and the aims of market and business planners, Making Telecoms Work provides a basis for the interdisciplinary analysis of technology, engineering, market and business investment risk and opportunity.
Since mobile broadband has become a dominant deliverable, multiple areas of transition and transformation have occurred; the book places these changes in the context of the political, social and economic dynamics of global telecommunications.
Drawing on 25 years of participative experience in the mobile phone and telecommunications industry, the author closely analyses the materials, components and devices that have had a transformative impact.
By presenting detailed case studies of materials innovation, such as those shown at success story Apple, the book shows how the collaboration of technological imagination with business knowledge will shape the industry’s future.
- Makes a link between the technical aspects and the business practice of the telecoms industry, highlighting the commercial and economic significance of new developments.
- Gives a historical analysis of past successes and failures in order to identify future competitive advantage opportunities.
- Supplies detailed case studies of supply chain disconnects and the impact these have on industry risk and profitability.
- Brings together technological detail with analysis of what is and is not commercially important, from the implications of energy and environmental networks to the technical details of wireless network hardware.
Making Telecoms Work – from technical innovation to commercial success
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Making Telecoms Workshops
These workshops provide a cost and time efficient way in which telecommunication engineers, product managers and policy makers can access technical information and market and business advice not readily available elsewhere.
The workshops demonstrate how engineering and market and business issues can be practically resolved and how performance gains and cost savings can be achieved.
Session topics cover all physical connectivity media including wireless, cable, copper and fiber.
Our next Asian workshop is being organised with Sun Millennia, our new conference team in Singapore and is a two day workshop for telecommunication managers presently developing and implementing mobile and fixed broadband technology, engineering, market and business plans followed by a one day facilitated discussion forum.
Drawing on research from our new book, Making Telecoms Work - from technical innovation to commercial success, Making Telecoms Work in Asia bridges the traditional divide between engineering and the business planning process.
The two days of workshops are followed by a one day discussion forum and panel session reviewing present and future mobile broadband technology options.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The European workshops are held at the Science Museum - London and coincide with evening events at the museum that have direct relevance to the future of telecommunications and information and communications technology.
The workshops are priced to cover costs and raise money for a new gallery at the museum, The Making of Modern Communications.
US and Asian workshops are organised on demand.
The next European Workshop
Extended multi band - Design and testing LTE user equipment
Email for dates and availability