The 3.5 GHz TD-LTE Operator Session demonstrated that adoption of this band for TD-LTE is growing all the time. There are now 9 3.5GHz TD-LTE commercial networks and 28 3.5GHz TD-LTE networks in progress. More operators are making the transition from WiMAX to LTE.

Network rollout has begun in Japan following the award of 3.5GHz TDD spectrum to three operators. According to the speaker from Softbank, tests have shown that this spectrum is...

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  • GTI- Global Adoption of 3.5GHz TD-LTE and Operator Requirements

    3.5GHz TD-LTE goes “mainstream” this year since major countries push ahead with 3.5GHz allocation. According to GTI as the end of 2014, there are 9 3.5GHz TD-LTE commercial networks and 28 3.5GHz TD-LTE networks in progress. According to GSA as of Oct 2014, around 30 types of 3.5GHz devices are available in the market...

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  • China Mobile- 3.5GHz TD-LTE Status and Plan in China

    China plans to assign 3.4-3.6GHz band (TDD) in 2015. According to the trial results already in China, it can be proven that TDD can make the 3.5GHz network competitive with high spectrum usage efficiency and 1Gbps high throughput. In addition, 3.5GHz TD-LTE infrastructure is now ready for commercial deployment.

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  • Softbank- 3.5GHz TD-LTE Adoption in Japan

    MIC (Japanese regulator) allocated 120MHz of Band42 to 3 major cellular operators, NTT Docomo, KDDI and SoftBank on December 22, 2014. The three cellular operators will have to coordinate with satellite operators for 3.4-3.6GHz interference management...

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  • UKB- Bringing 3.5 LTE TDD to Life in the UK

    Targeted at Londoners who demand fast speeds but don’t want the complications associated with traditional broadband services, Relish’s core wireless offering provides fast broadband without the hassle of installation delays, landlines or engineer visits. eLTE (Enterprise LTE) is also very interesting and unique for many industries...

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  • Imagine- Fixed Line Replacement Rural/Regional Opportunity

    Successful application from Imagine using TD-LTE replacing WiMAX to provide fixed line services that Imagines FWA footprint can also provide a high capacity off-load for mobile in each town or village where it is deployed.

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  • NetSet- WiMAX Migration to 3.5GHz TD-LTE

    Canada operator NetSet shared their experience about migration to TD-LTE, from existing WiMAX only, to WiMAX/TD-LTE Dual Mode, finally to TD-LTE only...

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  • Ericsson-3.5GHz TD-LTE Radio Products

    Ericsson did a great job on the converged TD-LTE and LTE/FDD by providing one LTE product. With strong support for 3.5GHz TD-LTE, Ericsson will have 3.5GHz TD-LTE macros late this year, and 3.5GHz TD-LTE micros early 2016.

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  • Huawei- 3.5GHz TD-LTE E-E Ecosystem Development

    Chipset: Huawei have already launched the first chipset for 3.5GHz in 2012. Huawei are now aiming for the next generation of chipset (codename Balong 750) supporting LTE-A features in 3GPP R12, which will come in the second quarter of 2015. On the device side, Huawei’s D2 already supports 3.5GHz TD-LTE...

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  • Nokia- Nokia Boost Evolution on 3.5 GHz

    3.5GHz TD-LTE is approved as a good solution for high density scenario. Nokia introduced 4 pipe solution with peak throughput achieving 440Mbps. Nokia also have world’s 1st TD-LTE-A, 3.5GHz 8 pipe radio and soon coming virtualized RAN product which will satisfy all the requirements from operators network side.

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  • Qualcomm- 3.5GHz TD-LTE Technology and Products

    Qualcomm provides comprehensive solutions for OEMs including 3.5GHz band. Qualcomm is working on a 3.5GHz TD-LTE chipset, and currently in testing and preparation for commercial launch. Qualcomm thought 3.5GHz starting in the premier tiers and very quickly dropping to the mid and low tiers.

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  • Skyworks- Band 42, 43 Power Amplifier

    The initial of Skyworks is large bandwidth (400MHz) and broadband efficiency, covering both Band 42 and 43 in One PA supporting triple carrier UL. Skyworks has been working on the sample to minimize space, maximize performance, and drive down the cost of these new bands which will be released in the near future.

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