Sorry for bring this to you late but we just have to touch on this topic. Have you ever wondered why Verizon Wireless went with LTE rather than any of the other possible mobile technology out there? Well if you inspect the picture above it seems they were smarter than Sprint with their choice in technology because those speeds are ridiculous and seriously impressive.
Our next generation device will supposedly receive a max of 300 Mb/sec download speeds with a great 75 Mb/sec upload speed. Now with that kind of speed, you can do just about anything in seconds and still be ahead of your laptop. Tethering would surpass Wi-Fi and Verizon’s new motto “Rule the air” will make complete sense.
Here is the information:
This is all great and we are happy that XDA shared with us. This is sadly just part of the 200+ pages of documents they received but to be honest, I don’t want to be them right now when they have to go through file and documents that are endless.Higher data rates: 300Mbps downlink & 75Mbps uplink
Better user experience
Lower deployment cost
For fun, here is some more technical info:
So guy, anything else that our beloved big red can provide for you to feel better? In all seriousness, I am glad to see Verizon working hard on being the fastest 4G network in America, and while you will never get to the 300 a sec speed, you will get pretty close.• LTE is a wireless data system. To suit the bursty nature of packet data, LTE systems plan to support data rates in excess of 300 Mbps on the downlink & 80 Mbps or more on the uplink.
• To support the peak data rates needed to efficiently deliver bursty packet data, OFDMA based air interface is used, along with multiple antennas.
• LTE systems need to minimize the latency experienced by packets going through the system to support packet data services that may be sensitive to delay.
• Packet data is primarily IP traffic. To provide an efficient backhaul transport mechanism, IP-based transport mechanisms are used as part of the LTE architecture.
• LTE is defined for a mobile wireless network environment. Since LTE is evolved from 3GPP-based networks, LTE supports inter-technology handovers between 3GPP technologies. LTE also supports interoperability and mobility from non-3GPP technologies as well.
• LTE supports deployment on a range of bandwidths and spectrum. LTE defines both FDD and TDD modes, and supports a range of bandwidths from 1.4 MHz up to 20 MHz by using a scalable form of OFDMA
Let us know what you think below.
News Via: XDA