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5G is coming: Why MMW (Millimeter Wave) ?

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MMW: Millimeter Wave essential to meeting spectrum crunch and data demand Gigabit LTE is boosting capacity to meet demand today and setting the stage for a smooth roll out of 5G that will enable users to have a consistent network experience as they move from 5G hot spots onto gigabit LTE. But there’s a big […]

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Frequency Reuse Plans for 4G LTE: SFR and FFR

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4G LTE Frequency Reuse Patterns

Frequency Reuse Plans in 4G / LTE 4G LTE cellular systems address the need of high capacity Wireless Internet services to mobile and fixed devices. Frequency Reuse planning is essential to allow seamless coverage and efficiency use of the available spectrum. 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE) is a standard for wireless communications to achieve high […]

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LTE Band 48 for CBRS

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CBRS – Citizens Broadband Radio Service For the USA / North America Market The Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) is composed of a pair of LTE bands (42 – 3550-3660Mhz & 43 – 3660-3700Mhz) that have been allocated to low power cellular service in the United States. Spectrum allocation is tiered with two relevant tiers for […]

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LTE Advanced and Carrier Aggregation (CA)

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Carrier Aggregation in LTE-A (LTE Advanced) Carrier Aggregation is a key technology in LTE Advanced (LTE-A) to enable higher capacities on mobile networks. carrier aggregation mainstream, with global proliferation, which benefits the entire mobile ecosystem: Operators, App developers, and OEMs –  by delivering higher data rates, improved capacity, and the ability to use spectrum fragments. A simple diagram […]

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CBRS: Citizens Broadband Radio Service and 4G/LTE

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The Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS): shared spectrum in the 3.5 GHz “innovation band” CBRS is an acronym for Citizens Broadband Radio Service, and the upshot for enterprise IT pros is that it could result in improved LTE services from service providers as well as enable enterprises to build their own private LTE networks. How […]

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How Fast is 4G LTE ?

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Question: How Fast is 4G LTE ? Answer originally posted on Quora.com: The answer to this involves a few factors, including “Which LTE” as several versions of LTE are already in use, from the start of LTE (Release 8 ) to now (Release 13), which include capacity and performance increases: What Version of LTE being […]

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Could 5G replace WiFi?

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This question was asked on Quora: Could 5G Replace WiFi? https://www.quora.com/Could-5G-replace-WiFi Simple answer: For some users “Yes”, but for many others, especially corporates, “No”. 5G: Dominated by Operators 5G technology will be owned and operated by Operators. You won’t be able to build/buy your own 5G base station. The 5G connection you get will be […]

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Voice over LTE, VoLTE Explained

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Explaining Voice over LTE (VoLTE) Voice over LTE, VoLTE technology was devised as a result of operators seeking a standardised system for transferring traffic for voice over LTE. Originally LTE was seen as a completely IP cellular system just for carrying data, and operators would be able to carry voice either by reverting to 2G […]

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LTE-U cellular signals could mean slower Wi-Fi

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Are LTE-U and WiFi Co-existence issues looming? You may soon see faster connections on your cellular service. But your Wi-Fi connection may pay the price, due to LTE-U interference with 5GHz WiFi Thanks to a recent regulatory decision, wireless companies like Verizon and T-Mobile will soon be transmitting data in the same part of the […]