LTE-U


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LTE-U

(Long Term Evolution-Unlicensed) An LTE cellular technology from Qualcomm that uses unlicensed spectrum. LTE-U was designed to operate with Wi-Fi, which uses the same frequencies, and coexistence standards were released in 2016. Contrast with LAA. See ISM band.
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In addition, T-Mobile is the first national wireless provider to make LTE-U available to customers.
gov/news-events/blog/2017/02/22/oet-authorizes-first-lte-u-devices) activating a wireless technology called LTE-for-unlicensed devices-better known as LTE-U.
This is the first time LTE-U has been trialed over the air in Africa.
LTE-U is designed to take advantage of the capacity available in the unlicensed 5GHz band spectrum.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 16, 2016-Radisys' CellEngine small cell software for LTE-U deployments selected by Baicells
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-February 16, 2016-Radisys' CellEngine small cell software for LTE-U deployments selected by Baicells
Ericsson and Telefnica, a global telecommunications operator, have demonstrated live, over-the-air delivery of LTE-U through Telefnica's network.
Ericsson and Telefonica, a global telecommunications operator, have demonstrated live, over-the-air delivery of LTE-U through Telefnica's network.
The Samsung LTE-U eFemto cell incorporates a Qualcomm FSM9955 chipset from Qualcomm Technologies.
The Baicells small cell integrates Radisys TOTALeNodeB software, enhanced with LTE-U functionality, on the Intel Transcede LTE System-on-Chip (SoC) processors.
Additionally, with support for LAA as well as LTE-U, this combination reduces the amount of licensed spectrum required to 40 MHz or less to vastly expand the number of operators that can deploy Gigabit Class LTE speeds around the globe.
a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, to propel the commercial launch of LTE-U, an LTE-Advanced technology that can improve mobile data speeds and reduce congestion through a unified network, benefiting all wireless network users.