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WHICH SPECTRUM LTE USES?

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LTE has been designed in a way that it can be deployed in both FDD and TDD. Due to its flexibility of being able to be deployed in both TDD and FDD domain. It makes LTE a true global standard. The following frequency bands are defined for LTE deployment. In case if you are interested […]

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What is LTE?

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LTE is an abbreviation for long term evolution. It started after specification in the third generation partnership project (3GPP) release 8. It falls under the category of 4G wireless mobile telecommunication technology. According to 3GPP, the standardization of LTE was in order to have a technology which can provide data rates of 100 Mbps in the Downlink (DL) and at […]

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WILL LTE REPLACE FIXED BROADBAND?

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The simple answer is NO LTE is a complement to fixed broadband technologies , not a replacement. A fiber based fixed network provides an almost unlimited bandwidth and is very suitable for High Definition Televisions (HDTVs) distribution and similar applications requiring extremely high and continuous bit rates. For distribution of HDTVs to large screen in homes […]

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Part 2: Ultimate Post on UE Capabilities

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​This post is in continuation of part of UE Capabilities post PART 1 In previous post we discussed about  LTE UE capabilities with respect to 3GPP release 8, 9 and 10.UE capabilities were discussed in the following aspects:​ UE Category TypesGeneral CapabilitiesPDCP Related Information in UE Capability InformationPhysical Layer Capabilities in UE Capability Information Now it’s time […]

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The ultimate post on UE Capabilities (Part 1)

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​What are the functions of your phone UE (user equipment) when it come to the technical aspects of LTE? ​Usually the functional role of UE is explained as the end user device which is used to make RRC connection request as indicated in the picture.   If UE is leaving from RRC Connected Mode to RRC Idle […]

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