LTE-A


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LTE-ALong Term Evolution-Advanced (mobile communication standard)
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Through LTE-A's feature called carrier aggregation, much higher mobile-data speeds are achieved by combining the capacity of two up to five frequency bands.
Carrier aggregation is a feature of LTE-A. It allows handsets to combine multiple frequencies, resulting in larger bandwidth and, consequently, a better mobile internet experience.
In a series of daytime tests done last week in a densely populated residential area of Marikina City using a Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone, which is a 5CC-capable device, Smart's LTE-A network consistently reached data rates of over 500 Mbps, hitting 558 Mbps at one point.
Following the launch in Japan of NEC's 4x4 MIMO LTE-A mobile router by UQ Communications earlier this year, we continue to build on the success of GDM7243Q, and are now the key enabler for OEMs looking for high performing 4x4 MIMO LTE-A chips.
LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) is a step up of LTE networks in terms of network speeds and functionality.
Additionally, OEMs and ODMs can build 2x4 and 4x4 or other high-order MIMO configurations in conjunction with carrier aggregation to further enhance the LTE-A user experience in a spectrally efficient manner.
LTE-A offers increased peak data rate to 3 Gb/s on the downlink and 1.5 Gb/s on the uplink, a higher spectral efficiency of 30b/s/Hz in RIO vs.
LTE-A is predicted to become the future mainstream of
The new Galaxy S4 LTE-A will be launched on all three mobile operators' LTE networks in Korea, starting with SK Telecom, followed by KT and LGU+.
Carrier Aggregation on LTE-A involves combining two or more radio frequency bands to deliver bigger bandwidth and faster data speeds to mobile phone users.