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Qualcomm, Ericsson Test Category 9 LTE Equipment


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Qualcomm and Ericsson completed interoperability of category 9 LTE equipment capable of handling up 450Mbs and up to three 20MHz channels. 

 

http://www.fiercewireless.com/tech/story/qualcomm-ericsson-complete-lte-category-9-interoperability-testing/2014-11-20

 

Now that's what I call speedy!

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Soon© ?

According to the article: "The equipment used for the tests was based on Ericsson's commercially available 14B software release supporting the company's multi-standard RBS6000 ...". Now I have no idea when Sprint will test and deploy release 14B software. Additionally, I have no idea when the other 3 vendors will be releasing theirs. Isn't Ericsson out of the running for band 41 deployments for Sprint? Also, I am sure that the 450Mbps is for 3x20MHz FDD channels. It will be quite a bit less for 3x20MHz TDD channels.

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Wait why is there no hate agaist this coming soon? Oh wait it didnt mention sprint lol anyway, how did Nokia and such get much higher speeds on their test?

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