NTT Docomo and Huawei Successfully deploy LTE over 5GHz unliscensed spectrum

By August 27th, 2014 AT 11:38 AM

NTT Docomo, a mobile service provider based out of Japan which thrives for smarter living, together with Docomo and the Chinese giant Huawei tasted success in their demonstration of how LTE can be successfully deployed over the unlicensed spectrum of 5GHz. The unlicensed spectrum is currently used in many countries across the globe for wireless LAN networks.

The LAA (Licensed-Assisted Access) tests are being carried out in Beijing. This technology will aid in providing auxiliary access to LTE operator network. The indoor test revealed that LAA can work in 5GHz bandwidth translating into a cell capacity of greater than the IEEE 802.11n which is usually the traditional specification for LAN.

Ryan Ding, Executive Director and President of Products and Solutions for Huawei said “We are pleased to see successful joint field results on deploying LAA in partnership with NTT DOCOMO. Huawei is committed to helping operators to provide end-users with abundant mobile broadband experience by utilizing core LTE technologies such as LAA in spite of limited spectrum resources. We will continue to work with NTT DOCOMO and contribute to global standardization efforts through these joint research exercises.”

These efforts will help in Standardization of LAA which has a great potential for densely condensed data. Docomo is a key leader when it comes to donning a main role in industrialized standardization.

Mahit Huilgol is a Mechanical Engineering graduate and is a Technology and Automobile aficionado. He ditched the Corporate boardroom wars in the favor for technology battle ground. He is also a foodie by heart and loves both the edible chips and non-edible silicon chips.

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Now a days in India local broadband providers are using 2.4 and 5ghz unlicensed frequency for low cost high speed wireless broadband.Like mikrotik or ubiquiti networks.

Tharun G

So what will the coverage be like? 100 meters?

So no more spectrum auction. Our Gov will never allow that. That band is highly congested with WiFi devices. How will LTE work properly?

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