Monday, October 22, 2012

ZTE uses laptops to optimize LTE performance

Good indoor coverage can be a challenge when LTE is used in combination with higher frequencies, including the 2.6GHz spectrum band.

Also, not all hotspots are obvious when a network is launched, so the testing tool can also help to detect them, according to Isaksson.

LTE usage is expected to grow exponentially in the next couple of years. The number of subscribers will increase from 9 million last year to over 560 million in 2016, Parks Associates has predicted. But that will still only account for 8.8 percent of worldwide mobile subscriptions,.

From the article, "ZTE uses laptops to optimize LTE performance" by Mikael Ricknäs. 

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