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Ericsson demonstrates time-division LTE

7/12/2010 12:41 PM EDT
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Luis Sanchez
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Luis Sanchez   7/14/2010 8:58:06 PM
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I now have a Huawei USB dongle which gives me 3.6 Mbps on an HSDPA connection and the speed is fair enough for emails and browsing but not good for YouTube videos or VoIP. Considering 110 Mbps that would certainly work for almost every kind of media. And considering the business, I suppose the cost per downloaded MB would go down since many people would be able to stream video and music and have VoIP and even video calls. Currently in Mexico the major wireless provider sales the MB at 1 mexican peso, that's about paying a US dollars per 40 MB downloaded.

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GREAT-Terry   7/13/2010 3:18:06 PM
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Cool! Will the Ericsson gain back the market share in China that is now dominated by ZTE, Datang, Huawei etc. in 3G, specifically TD-SCDMA, market?

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elctrnx_lyf   7/12/2010 3:45:00 PM
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I just wonder what is the frequency band used for the TD-LTE technology by the Ericsson. Recently in Espoo, nokia siemens have done complete trails along with nokia to showcase their multi radio base stations for the mobile broadband demonstration in the 800MHz band. Already LTE speeds are demonstrated in 2100 and 2600MHz bands. Definitely LTE could provide a solution for broad band connectivity even in the remote areas.

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