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GSA reports 155% growth in LTE user devices

Monday 1 August 2011 | 08:17 CET | News
Industry group GSA confirmed that 45 manufacturers have announced 161 LTE-enabled user devices, representing 155 percent growth in the number of products reported by GSA in early February. This includes user devices by manufacturer, model and form factor, and operating frequencies and covers both FDD and TDD modes of LTE. Most devices are designed for ubiquitous mobile broadband coverage by supporting existing mobile network technologies. Around 100 products support LTE and HSPA or HSPA+ modes. The majority of LTE user devices are focused on the 700 MHz band where LTE networks and services

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