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Monday, September 3, 2012

From LTE-Advanced to the Future



The factors that have led to Long Term Evolution (LTE)-Advanced becoming the leading broadband mobile communications system for the fourth generation (4G) are in large part associated with the close partnership between network operators and equipment vendors in its development. LTE has, on one hand, been built to provide support for applications for which there is active consumer demand, while on the other hand incorporating advanced self-optimization and self-configuration functionality to facilitate practical deployment for network operators. This has resulted in uniquely balanced system specifications that are technically advanced but practical, cost effective, and, above all, useful.

The direction of the future evolution of LTE Advanced will be guided by the principle that these balances must be maintained. Not every theoretical claim of potential improvement is cost effective and practical to deploy. Factors such as robust conformance testing and performance verification must also be taken into account, and care must be taken not to fragment the market unnecessarily, in order to ensure that economies of scale are not lost; such factors as these imply that the introduction of multiple alternative options offering similar performance should be avoided, and careful evaluation must continue to inform the selection of new features. GET FURTHER INSIGHTS FROM THE PAPER BELOW; The factors that have led to Long Term Evolution (LTE)-Advanced becoming the leading broadband mobile communications system for the fourth generation (4G) are in large part associated with the close partnership between network operators and equipment vendors in its development. LTE has, on one hand, been built to provide support for applications for which there is active consumer demand, while on the other hand incorporating advanced self-optimization and self-configuration functionality to facilitate practical deployment for network operators. This has resulted in uniquely balanced system specifications that are technically advanced but practical, cost effective, and, above all, useful. The direction of the future evolution of LTE Advanced will be guided by the principle that these balances must be maintained. Not every theoretical claim of potential improvement is cost effective and practical to deploy. Factors such as robust conformance testing and performance verification must also be taken into account, and care must be taken not to fragment the market unnecessarily, in order to ensure that economies of scale are not lost; such factors as these imply that the introduction of multiple alternative options offering similar performance should be avoided, and careful evaluation must continue to inform the selection of new features. GET FURTHER INSIGHTS FROM THE PAPER BELOW; 
From LTE-Advanced to the Future





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