Small cells take over the mobile worldPublished on April 1st 2015 in Press coverage
To meet the ever-rising demand for mobile data services operators are planning a radical change in the way mobile networks are built.
Instead of traditional high-power radio basestations covering cells from 10km to 30km, networks will be made up of much more closely packed 50m to 200m small cells. This has the advantage of more efficiently providing radio capacity where it is needed. The problem is that it requires the deployment of many more small cell basestations. Cambridge-based wireless infrastructure company CCS is in the right place at the right time.