The report analyzes and presents an overview of Base Station market worldwide. "A base station or cell site is a stationary transceiver used to facilitate wireless communications by receiving and transmitting data from a specific geographic area. A typical base station features a tower, antennas, uninterrupted power supply, coaxial cable and other electronic equipment. Designed as an integral part of a wireless telephone system, the two-way, multi-channel radio optimally connects all mobile handsets operating within its coverage area, and relays calls to the wired network. The requirement of base stations for ensuring quality service to subscribers in a local area is directly proportional to the number of network users or population density, as well as geographic interferences such as mountains and buildings."
Supported by 5 market data tables, the report provides an overview on market prospects, Multi-Standard Radio Base Stations, role of WiMAX in increasing the adoption of Advanced Base Station Solutions along with several strategic industry activities of major companies worldwide. In addition, 39 companies operating in the Base Station arena worldwide including Airspan Networks Inc., Alcatel-Lucent, Broadcom Corporation, Cassidian, Ericsson, Interphase Corporation, Motorola Solutions Inc., NEC Corporation, NTT Docomo Inc., Nokia Siemens Networks and others are profiled.