Verizon pushes LTE to 1.45Gbps speeds

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Verizon, in collaboration with Nokia and Qualcomm, announced that it will speed New York's 4 G LTE commercial network to 1.45 Gbps speed by aggregating 6 spectrum channels.

According to Bill Stone, vice president of technical planning and development at Verizon, Career continues to upgrade the LTE network as "the basis of 5 G evolution".

This test consists of grouping 4 licensed access spectrum carriers (LTE-LAA) with licensed PCS and AWS frequencies and using QUALCOMM test devices with Nokia AirScale base station and Snapdragon X24 LTE modem.

Verizon's demonstration was also based on 256 orthogonal modulation techniques (256 QAM) and 4 × 4 MIMO.

Verizon also collaborated with Ericsson in July, announcing the expansion of the 4 G LTE partnership with Swedish networking giant introducing 4 G and 5 G – y wireless systems in several markets in the US.

When Verizon launches a new network, you can upgrade baseband and dual-band radios to 5G. Mobile sites can also provide Internet connectivity to narrowband (NB-IoT) and Cat-M IoT devices.

This announcement was announced in August 2017 on two Verizon commercial LTE mobile networks using two 20 MHz frequency division spectrum (FDD) carrier, 12 simultaneous LTE stream, 4 × 4 MIMO and 256 QAM / carrier, 1.07 Gbps It announced that it reached speed.

Last October, Ericsson announced that it will introduce high-capacity MIMO technology to Verizon's wireless network in Irvine, California.

Telecommunications carriers are cooperating with Ericsson, Qualcomm, Nokia, Google, Corning, Federated Wireless in April last year to test LTE-Advanced technology using CBRS (Citizen Band Radio Spectrum) frequency Announced.

These CBRS tests include an end-to-end 150 MHz test in the 3.5 GHz band. It is used worldwide for the early introduction of 5G and is currently underway at Verizon's Texas plant.

Verizon announced that it will increase capacity on the mobile network and improve throughput by combining LTE-Advanced technology and new spectrum in addition to operator aggregation.

Regarding 5 G, Verizon made clear earlier this month …

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