Verizon achieves record peak 4G LTE data speed of 1.45Gbps in New York

With 6 channel aggregation, Verizon reported that 4G LTE transmission rate will be reached in New York and achieved a record of 1.45 Gbps. For this test, Verizon bundled licenses and unlicensed spectrum for the first time using the Nokia AirScale base station. Telecommunications carriers also used smartphone type devices provided by Qualcomm and equipped with the Snapdragon X24 LTE modem.

The technology currently used to improve the data rate of 4 G LTE is also used by the nation's largest operators, including 256 QAM and 4 x 4 MIMO. These are tools used in carrier aggregation to increase the amount of traffic that can be routed over a 4 G LTE network without causing data aggregation. In addition to Nokia and Qualcomm, Verizon is also working with Ericsson and uses its 4G and 5G-y radio systems in several US markets. Radio currently supports 4G, you can upgrade to 5G with software update.

Last year, QUALCOMM predicted with high accuracy that operators will continue to work to raise the speed of the 4G network to 5G. In addition, chip makers state that operators will use technology such as carrier aggregation, 2 x 2 MIMO, 256 QAM. He created three videos so that consumers can understand these terms. We placed the remaining two clips of the video slideshow directly down on the top of the list.

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