Saturday 21 September 2013

The Statutory Hurdle in Small Cell Deployment

A presentation from MLL telecom in our recent event highlights the rules and the requirements from regulation during Small Cells deployments. The regulation hurdles are higher in Europe compared to most other parts due to strict requirements to make sure its not going to affect the character of an area and at the same time not to cause any damage to health and environment. Anyway, the complete presentation is embedded below:


  1. Adnan Boustan (via Small Cell Forum Linkedin Group)23 September 2013 at 07:21

    Slide 15 is interesting ..

  2. Steve Kemp (via Femto group on Linkedin)24 September 2013 at 12:26

    I have to wonder what the technology and capabilities were in each case of the two examples. I'm guessing one may have been 5W multi-sector and perhaps multi-techno while the other was lower power Wi-Fi. So the camparison might be a bit apples and oranges(?) Nonetheless, the left hand example certainly wasn't aesthetically pleasing and indeed illustrates how much further things need to improve.

  3. Mohammad Khatib (via Femto group on Linkedin)24 September 2013 at 12:27

    I think coverage footprint and reachability will improve with the increase in permissible mast height and aggregate dish size and will benefit SP of course with GPDO licensing. Thanks for sharing this info.