Nokia Siemens Pushes LTE-Advanced to Speeds of 1.4Gbps
Nokia Siemens Networks today announced that it has successfully completed LTE-Advanced trials reaching downlink speeds of 1.4Gbps. In order to achieve this, Nokia Siemens used 100MHz of aggregated spectrum and its Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station in a lab setting. The company said that the speeds achieved prove that LTE-Advanced is the next step in terms of mobile broadband networks.
from Nokia Siemens Networks
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