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.
On Wednesday, the Federal Communications Commission gave the go-ahead to several companies to begin (https://www.fcc.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.
In addition, the LTE-U forum, an industry alliance formed by some vendors and mobile operators, has released an LTE supplemental downlink (SDL) coexistence specification, where an adaptive duty cycle based coexistence scheme is introduced.
Ericsson and MTN have partnered to successfully trial LTE-Unlicensed (LTE-U), a mobile technology that improves indoor app coverage for smartphone users, in South Africa.
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