Using industry-proven modelling and algorithms we can help providers and users of wireless technologies understand the what, how and why of the technology.

There is a plethora of wireless technologies, each with its unique characteristics, costs, and deployment method. And on top of that, not every technology is suitable for each use case and scenario. Whether the question is too complex, or it involves more detailed analysis, Real Wireless algorithms and advanced network modelling capabilities can help untangle the uncertainty. We utilise our years of expertise and experience gained in the telecommunication sector.

Built environments

It is vital to offer good wireless connectivity in almost every location, but it is increasingly complicated to develop a future-proof wireless strategy given the many existing wireless options and solutions. We help venue owners, neutral host providers and local authorities understand and clarify what they need, how to achieve it, and the expected costs. We achieved this by translating the number of users and offered services into the number of sites and supporting equipment, through our industry-proven tools and network models.

Case study: Liverpool


It’s vital for regulators and decision-makers to make rulings that are fair, benefit society, and not stifle innovation and future growth. To do this they need full knowledge of the important information that affects their ruling, as well as its implications. Real Wireless has worked with a number of organisations to independently model and assess proposed telecoms rulings and demonstrate what the impact would be to the affected stakeholders. This has often led to refinement of the rulings, with evidence of their impact, and mitigating any disagreement from the industry.

Case study: RTR


Road and rail connectivity are some of the most challenging areas to provide wireless coverage, this is due to their unique environmental characteristics. We combine high-detail topographical data with network system modelling to understand what is delivered and what is the most appropriate and economical steps to improve the offered service.

Case study: Autoair, Department of Transport

Research projects

Progress in wireless connectivity is continuing to move at pace, with the work for the next-generation mobile technology already underway. Real Wireless applies its extensive knowledge in the wireless industry and ecosystems to properly assess what these new systems will bring, considering many aspects, including the financial and environmental implications.

Case study: Trialsnet

Benefits of working with Real Wireless

  • Industry-proven tools and algorithms that provide you with confidence in the generated outcomes
  • Deep knowledge of modelling wireless systems and networks, considering all the parameters including geospatial data, mobile technology, deployment architectures, base station configuration and capabilities.
  • A flexible but rigorous framework for adapting the methodologies and models to answer your question
  • What-if analysis for understanding the impact of technological decisions and planning for the future with greater assurance, especially from a regulatory or techno-economic perspective
  • Bespoke modelling activities that give an answer to your specific problem, no matter how big or small, complex or simple

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AutoAir — The future of connected driving

The final report from the AutoAir Consortium is now available to download. The project explores the concept of the hyper-dense neutral host network where a number of easy-to-deploy small cells are installed in close proximity to the road or trackside. The key findings and business case analyses for both road and rail are also laid out. Fill in your details to download the report.


Our people

Dr. Anastasios Karousos

Head of Network Modelling and Simulation

Dr. Hassan Osman

Wireless Technology Consultant