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Nokia to demonstrate LTE in unlicensed 5GHz band at MWC

Monday 23 February 2015 | 16:36 CET | News
Nokia Networks announced it will demonstrate at MWC a small cell using licensed assisted access technology for LTE in the 5GHz band, normally used for Wi-Fi. The company said it's developing the technology, which has yet to be standardised, with T-Mobile. The mobile operator announced earlier it was trialling LAA already with Ericsson in the US. At Mobile World Congress, Nokia Networks will demonstrate the capabilities of LAA, using its Nokia Flexi Zone small cells technology, already deployed by T-Mobile on its LTE network. The demonstration will include carrier aggregation between LTE in

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Companies: Nokia Networks / T-Mobile US
Countries: World
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