The company said that it is targeting the problems caused by radio signal interference between both closely installed femtocell base stations and macrocell base stations is reducing transmission speeds for all base stations.
These newly developed technologies automatically adjust the transmission power of both femtocell base stations and the devices that connect to them. This is done in response to the transmission volume of the connecting device and the base station's surrounding environment. This enables high speed indoor and outdoor communications by curbing radio signal interference with macrocell base stations and allowing the high density installation of femtocell base stations.
Going forward, NEC added that it aims to continue developing these technologies and to provide new LTE femtocell base stations and operational management equipment.
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