Friday, June 24, 2011

LTE Weekly Update: Singapore's M1 deploys commercial LTE & Alaska Communications Announces LTE Network

Alaska Communications Announces LTE Wireless Network

Alaska Communications is building LTE network in Alaska.

Singapore's M1 deploys commercial LTE network

Singapore's telecom service provider, M1 has launched commercial LTE service.

3G Femtocells Outnumber Conventional 3G BTS

According to a recent Informa Telecoms & Media report, there are now in excess of 2.3 million 3G femtocells globally compared to 1.6 million 3G macrocells.

LightSquared offers Solution to GPS Issue

LightSquared has proposed a solution to the problem of interference with Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers.

KDDI picks Samsung for LTE

Samsung has been selected by Japan’s telecom operator KDDI to supply LTE solutions. KDDI plans to launch a commercial LTE service in 2012.

LightSquared & Sprint in 15-year network deal

LightSquared Inc. has reached a 15-year deal with Sprint to share network expansion costs and equipment, and to provide high-speed wireless service to the phone company.

ZTE Announces CDMA/LTE Dual-Mode Distributed NodeB System

Telecommunications equipment and network solutions provider ZTE has launched of the CDMA/LTE dual-mode distributed NodeB system with four transmitters and four receiver

Verizon Wireless Turns On 19 Additional 4G LTE Markets

Verizon Wireless has turned on the LTE in 19 additional metropolitan areas today, as well as expanding the 4G LTE network in San Francisco and Detroit.

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