Nokia tests ultra-high speed mobile broadband
"Nokia are currently testing a phone broadband solution that gets around 172Mb/s in real situations....speedy!"
Published: 31st December 2007 | Source: Bit-Tech |
The main appeal of the technology from the point of view of the networks looking to implement 4G technology is that the LTE system doesn't require new equipment beyond the base station itself. Matthais Reiss, head of the LTE Business Program at Nokia, said in a public statement that "we now have evidence that future LTE networks can run on existing base station sites and mobile operators can build LTE networks without requiring new antenna sites."