LTE is the acronym for ong Term Evolution’. LTE refers to a 4G mobile connection network. Users of the LTE network will experience data speeds of up to 10 times faster than any 3G network. It is quick and efficient especially for telecommunications companies, where speed and time effectively mean profit.
In 2015, China Mobile put up the biggest network worldwide. They deployed 700,000 base locations, gave out more than 1000 TDD-LTE devices and have 100 million subscriptions. As a result of this, the estimated monthly data usage of their 4G subscribers grew by 3.8 times. How did they attain success high levels of success? They developed an all-inclusive solution to deliver indoor and outdoor exposure in community places such as, shopping malls and even on high-speed public trains accessible to all. Moving over to 2019, the level of advancements in the networking sector is something previously thought of happening only on ig Bang Theory’.
Building and implementing an effective network strategy in well thought out process which requires skills and resources. The ultimate aim is to have a completely converged network, where all subscribers on the GSM network are smoothly transferred over to the 4G network. This enables the organisation to effectively re-harvest the GSM network in order to start developing the FDD LTE network.
Devices play a significant role in the advancement and success of LTE. There needs to be a balance of different types across an affordability spectrum. Furthermore, sufficient development needs to take place to reduce the cost of smart phones without reducing functionality.
Three-dimensional MIMO (3D MIMO) is applied as a hopeful method in massive MIMO networks to increase the cellular performance by setting out aerial elements in both straight and vertical proportions. Radio transmission of user equipment (UE) is reflected only in horizontal domains by effectively applying 2D beamforming. It is very useful in expanding the capacity of your network and also enabling complete usage of the band. Companies like Huawei and ZTE have already made significant advancements in this regard.
Four years ago, the system infrastructure and devices were complete for the Phase I and Phase II’s to enable convergent networking. Next, we need to do more work together with the whole industry, and try to make joint operation of TDD-FDD mature as early as possible. After GTI successfully converged TDD and FDD, they started to aim higher and began development on 5G. In 2015, with having, by this time 18 operators at GTI who built the FDD-TDD convergent networks. This gave a clear indication of how successful such an exercise an turn out.