RTT - provide RF engineering and radio technology support to the cellular radio industry, broadcasting, two way radio and satellite industry.

We provide RF consultancy support to operators and vendors, helping them to make faster and better decisions on radio frequency (RF) technology, engineering and infrastructure investment.

These technical inputs are correlated with the market and business statistics from our strategic partner, The Mobile World  to create economic models that analyse the EBITDA impact of technology and engineering investment.

See this month’s technology topic for a present example of this work.

These models are used to

  • Facilitate decisions on RF device and design options.

  • Resolve RF design, cost and performance issues.

  • Help develop and implement RF product, market and business plans.

  • Provide unambiguous advice on RF standards and regulatory policy and international advocacy support.

  • Create and present design and decision programmes for internal RF engineering and product and business management teams.

RTT has over twenty five years of RF experience in cellular and two way radio phone design and specialist knowledge of RF handset and network cost and performance issues across all sectors of the wireless industry including TV broadcast, satellite and short range radio.

Telecommunication titles

RTT has a small but useful technical library. 
Here is the list of titles.
If you would like to borrow books for research let us know; there is no charge for this service though we do need to recover shipping costs.
Contact geoff@rttonline.com

RTT Technology Topics

RTT Technology Topics reflect areas of research that we are presently working on.
We aim to introduce new terminology and new ideas to help inform present and future
technology, engineering, market and business decisions.

This month’s Technology Topic 5G Public Safety, summarises the ongoing discussion and debate about the use of LTE for public safety communication and the challenges and opportunities of replacing legacy analogue and digital radio narrow band radio systems with wider channel bandwidth LTE. If LTE becomes widely adopted by the public safety community there is also an implied need to provide a migration path to 5G.

On the RTT website there are over 200 topics ARCHIVED starting from August 1998. The archive provides a free valuable resource for researchers in the industry wishing to use past case study experience to validate technology, engineering, market and business decisions. 

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