Ofinno develops wireless technologies that address some of the the most important technological issues in today’s modern life. Our wireless technology innovators create new technologies that have an astounding 67% utilization rate. Ofinno’s research focuses on fundamental issues such as improving LTE-Advanced performance, Heterogeneous Network Architecture, Inter-Band Carrier Aggregation, Optimized Mobile Applications, Network Signaling, Handover Signaling, Beamforming Technologies, and Power Management. Our team of scientists and engineers seek to empower mobile device users, and the carriers that serve them, through cutting edge network performance innovations. Download our white papers below to learn how Ofinno’s cutting edge research can integrate with your own innovations.
As the number of vehicles increases, traffic accidents and waste of resources due to congestion are consistently growing every year. Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) is a key technology improving driving safety and traffic efficiency by enabling traffic elements such as vehicles, roadside infrastructures, networks, and pedestrians to communicate with each other. Dynamic interactions between [...]
In mission critical situations, communications among responders must maintain a high level of reliability, availability, quality of service and security in scenarios that go beyond the limits that are stipulated in a commercial wireless network. The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Technical Specification Group on Service and System Aspects (TSG-SA) has developed a series of technical [...]
New Radio (NR) is a study item in the 3rd Generation Partnership Project Radio Access Network Working Group (3GPP RAN-WG) focusing on a new Radio Access Technology (RAT) for the 5th Generation (5G) cellular communications systems. Together with the next generation core network (NextGen Core), NR fulfills requirements set forth by the International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT)-2020 in the Int [...]
Coexistence of Wi-Fi and LTE-Unlicensed (LTE-U) technologies has drawn significant concern in industry. In this paper, we investigate the Wi-Fi performance in the presence of duty cycle based LTE-U transmission on the same channel. More specifically, one LTE-U cell and one Wi-Fi basic service set (BSS) coexist by allowing LTE-U devices to transmit their signals only in
predetermined duty [...]
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