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Despite the extraordinary success of the cellular mobile telecommunications industry, many of the underlying design strategies and service assumptions that have served us arguably well over the past four decades may benefit from a fresh new look. Even today's LTE (Long-Term Evolution), which is designed to meet the demands of modern broadband Internet packet connectivity, nonetheless draws heavily on the legacy of cellular's circuit-oriented origins. Its heavy reliance on fine-grained tunnelsdoi:10.5210/fm.v17i12.4204 fatcat:svyjpe42iraz5bpgyxx7aybhhm