The continued surge in mobile data demand, paired with the finite nature of spectrum resources, and the desire to provide customers with the highest quality service has landed network operators in an interesting position over the last few years. In response to these needs, several carriers have turned to small cell technology as one solution to address these challenges. Small cells are low-power radio access nodes that provide a resourceful network solution for coverage, capacity, and quality.
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Read John Donovan's blog. We’re committed to deploying more than 40,000 small cells by the end of 2015 as part of Project Velocity IP (VIP). Why? Two reasons: the continued surge in mobile data demand and the finite nature of spectrum resources.
To address this, we’re turning to small cell technology as a key solution to provide customers with the highest quality service. Small cells are low-power radio access nodes that improve coverage, capacity and quality.
One of the tricks to ensuring small cell deployment is worth the effort and expense involved is the use of new network planning models specifically designed for the new world of heterogenous networks (HetNets). With that in mind, engineers at AT&T Labs set out to identify radio-frequency propagation models that will help pinpoint optimal small cell placements.
The result of this research is AT&T's proprietary HetNet Analysis and Resource Planning (HARP) tool