Topic : LTE (Long term Evolution) Patent Landscape Analysis (partial report)
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About Long Term Evolution -
Long Term Evolution (LTE) marketed as 4G LTE, is a standard for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data terminals that is being deployed by telecom operators on both the GSM and the CDMA technology paths. LTE networks deliver data at speeds of up to 100Mbps in the downlink and 50Mbps in the uplink – about 10 times faster than the speed experienced by a 3G device user. LTE also offers Radio Access Network round-trip times of less than 10 ms . LTE technology brings mobile browsing experience closer to a home computer connected to a DSL. LTE’s compatibility with existing GSM and HSPA networks enables mobile operators to continue to provide a seamless service across LTE and existing deployed networks.
LTE incorporates Multiple In Multiple Out (MIMO) technology, the Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) air interface in the downlink and Single Carrier FDMA in the uplink. This combination provides high levels of spectral efficiency and network performance, coupled with high network capacity and low latency. LTE will support spectrum channel bandwidths from 1.4 MHz to 20 MHz and can operate in both paired spectrum (in FDD mode) and unpaired spectrum (in TDD mode).
LTE-Advanced is designed to enable a further step change in data rates. Incorporating higher order MIMO (4×4 and beyond) and allowing multiple carriers to be bonded together into a single stream, LTE-Advanced targets to achieve peak data rates of 1Gbps.
- ResearchArya Team