ZTE, Qualcomm and China Mobile show off 3x CA TD-LTE

6 Mar 2015

Chinese vendor ZTE has demonstrated Time Division Long Term Evolution (TD-LTE) with three carrier aggregation (3x CA) technology in collaboration with China Mobile and Qualcomm Technologies, marking an important step towards the commercialisation of TD-LTE CA. The demonstration used ZTE’s TD-LTE eNodeB and evolved packet core (EPC) devices, with terminals based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 processor and X10 LTE modem. Three 20MHz blocks in the 2600MHz range were aggregated, providing downlink speeds of 330Mbps.

China,China Mobile, ZTE, Qualcomm,

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