List of Figures

Figure 1.1 Forecast global mobile data revenues and traffic

Figure 1.2 Increasing proportions of traffic generated indoors

Figure 1.3 Basic femtocell network

Figure 1.4 Some stand-alone and integrated femtocells

Figure 1.5 Zero-touch femtocell installation

Figure 1.6 The range of user benefits associated with femtocells

Figure 2.1 Reuse of frequencies in an idealised cellular network to increase system capacity

Figure 2.2 Hierarchy of conventional cell types

Figure 2.3 Range of increase in macrocell sites required to deliver additional indoor coverage depth, depending on the attenuation per unit distance inside the buildings. The outdoor path loss exponent is assumed to be 38 dB per decade of range

Figure 2.4 Throughput performance for HSDPA versus geometry factor

Figure 2.5 Passive distributed antenna system

Figure 2.6 Active distributed antenna system

Figure 2.7 Options for dedicated in-building coverage prior to the advent of femtocells

Figure 2.8 An expanded set of options arising from femtocells and other developments

Figure 2.9 Forecast growth in downlink traffic on mobile networks

Figure 2.10 Growth of broadband penetration, based on OECD statistics

Figure 2.11 Worldwide mobile subscribers by technology, based on statistics from GSMA, September 2008

Figure 2.12 Worldwide mobile subscribers by region, based on statistics from GSMA, September 2008

Figure 2.13 Growth of Internet users and proportion of population

Figure 2.14 Growth in global IP traffic

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