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GCT's LTE chip powers Modacom 4G home router in Japan

Tuesday 2 June 2015 | 09:27 CET | News
GCT Semiconductor, a designer and supplier of advanced 4G mobile semiconductor products, has announced that its advanced LTE chip GDM7243M powers the URoad-Home 2+ 4G LTE home router developed by Modacom, and was recently launched by UQ Communications (UQ) in Japan. The new home router, for use as a residential home gateway, is optimized for use on UQ's TDD-LTE-compliant network, and supports 110 Mbps downlink. GCT's GDM7243M chip is designed to support Category 4 FDD/TDD-LTE and was fully certified by KDDI in July 2014.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: GCT Semiconductor / KDDI Corporation UK / UQ Communications
Countries: Japan
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