Japan’s NTT DoCoMo pushes the envelope of 4G with mini-cell sites that deliver blazing speeds
0. phoneArena 23 Nov 2013, 01:11 posted on
The frequency bands that carriers use around the world can differ greatly, despite some of the common..
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1. GrapeEyes (Posts: 248; Member since: 01 Sep 2013)
Can you please do an article on Lifi technology.
2. mr.techdude (Posts: 561; Member since: 19 Nov 2012)
This is why Asians are the geeks of our world in a good way cause they are the techie inventors
3. jarmokap (Posts: 1; Member since: 23 Nov 2013)
NTT DoCoMo is using Nokia's LTE-A and small cell radio access technology.
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"LTE-A and small cell radio access development to be completed by 2015 with initial equipment capacity of 300 Mbps
Nokia Siemens Networks and Panasonic Mobile Communications Co. Ltd., a Panasonic group company, have been selected by NTT DOCOMO to develop next generation mobile broadband network architecture for LTE-A (long term evolution-advanced). As part of a multi-year agreement, the two companies will provide NTT DOCOMO with high-capacity base stations optimized for the requirements of LTE-A. These base stations will ensure initial equipment capacity of 300 Mbps (megabits per second) in the network and enable new cloud-based architecture and services. In addition, the two vendors will provide Remote Radio Head (RRH) to roll out small cells to enhance the coverage and capacity of the LTE-A network."