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DO Advanced Features - Enhanced Connection Management

Enhanced Connection Management addresses the need for additional connection capacity, signaling capacity, lower latency and longer battery life by connecting devices to the network in an optimal way that is based on the type of application being used.

  • Advanced Topology Networks are heterogeneous networks that include macro-, pico-, micro-cells, repeaters, remote radio heads and femtocells, all of which move the transmitters closer to the user to increase bandwidth. The same Smart Network techniques enabled by DO Advanced can be applied to all network deployment scenarios, including Advanced Topology Networks, to significantly improve overall network performance.

Implementing DO Advanced across Advanced Topology Networks offers the following benefits:

  • Unified operations across macro-, pico-, micro-, repeaters and remote radio heads
  • Increased bandwidth in high-traffic areas
  • Higher network capacity
  • Improved coverage
  • Lower latency
  • Less signaling traffic
  • Improved user experience

Implementing smart network techniques across Advanced Topology Networks adds a whole new dimension to wireless networks. The combination intelligently addresses the demand for network signaling and data traffic by adding the appropriate amount of capacity exactly where it is needed, for example, inside of buildings and in high-traffic venues such as stadiums, airports and convention centers. Network capacity is defined as the total capacity of an area or cluster of cellsites. This is different from spectral efficiency, the conventional term used to measure capacity. The difference is that spectral efficiency considers a fully loaded network, whereas network capacity considers uneven loading, which is more typical of actual network conditions.

With the introduction of self-organizing networks (SON), these enhancements are further optimized.