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Revenue Anticipation Note (RAN)

A short-term municipal debt issue that will be repaid with anticipated revenues, such as sales taxes, from the project.

Revenue Anticipation Note

A municipal bond, with a maturity of one year or less, that is repaid to bondholders with expected revenues from the project the RAN intends to finance. For example, a city may issue an RAN to finance improvements to the local museum. It expects to be able to pay back the bond with money raised on increased ticket sales at the museum after improvements are completed.


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Company included in an annual award list for its innovative approach to converting Radio Access Networks into computing and storage clouds
The link layer in a radio access network contains more functionality and control algorithms than in a wired network.
RICHARDSON, Texas -- AirWalk Communications, an innovator of 3G IP Radio Access Networks (RAN), today announced a femtocell solution for CDMA voice and data coverage for the home or small office.
NMS Communications (NASDAQ: NMSS), a leading provider of communications technologies and solutions for converged and mobile networks, today announced it has broadened and enhanced its AccessGate[TM] family of radio access network (RAN) backhaul optimization platforms to bring efficient, industry-leading bandwidth optimization solutions to the full spectrum of remote cell sites, regional hubs and mobile switching centers.
Smart antenna systems (SAS), regarded as a research novelty until recently, can be used to improve radio access network and in-building wireless performance.
The Radio Access Network consists of CoreCell(TM) all-IP CDMA base stations integrated with satellite backhaul.
com/reports/c41229) has announced the addition of GSM/WCDMA Radio Access Network - Market Advisor to their offering.
Companies deploying radio access network systems strive to bring 3G networks from R&D to deployment quickly.
The VoLGA Forum seeks to enable mobile operators to deliver voice and messaging services over upcoming LTE radio access networks using the same core networks they use today to support voice services on 2G/GSM and 3G/UMTS radio access networks.
TECORE provides complete end-to-end wireless networks comprised of SoftMSC-based network subsystems, advanced radio access networks featuring CoreCell([TM]) base stations offerings and a comprehensive suite of professional services.
The ASN Gateway and HA functions will be deployed on Starent's access independent ST16 Intelligent Mobile Gateway, enabling service continuity and uniformity across different radio access networks.