First in the world field testing technology LTE from Nortel

 
August 30, 2008, 8:51 am

   The other day, Nortel and LG Electronics tried to move LTE technology from laboratories to the streets, thereby exercising the first in the world test functions handover (transfer a call from one base station to another motion) on technology LTE. Engineers Division of Research and Nortel in Ottawa demonstrated streaming high-definition video using a new mobile LTE-device company LG Electronics during the traffic on the highway at a speed of 100 km/h and movement between different zones covering.
Presentation of the results shows that the LTE-solutions can provide the same reliable coverage for mobile devices, which attracts both users of existing networks second and third generation, with greater network capacity, greater bandwidth and minimal time delay. Wireless networks provide continuous coverage and retain users connect with their movement, passing the signal from one site to another.
opportunities LTE demonstration was conducted on the basis of network consisting of multiple cells and sectors, using base stations LTE Nortel eNodeB and access gateways, based on ATCA. The possibility of interaction and Nortel network terminal device LG Electronics is based on standard 3GPP (Release 8). According to the developers, thanks to LTE-decisions operators can a simple, efficient and economical way to move to provide broadband communication services to the fourth generation for its customers. Moreover, it does not depend on the type of wireless network, which today is the operator of cellular communication - CDMA, GSM, UMTS.

 

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