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Monday, December 21, 2009

Omnitele foresees 15-25 Mbps user data rates from LTE

Source: Omnitele press release
Most of the first commercial LTE deployments are said to utilise 20MHz bandwidth and 2x2 MIMO antenna schemes. When breaking down the performance of LTE features in different channel conditions and simulating them in a realistic metropolitan network environment, Omnitele estimates the achievable average LTE user data rates to be in the range of 15- 25 Mbps per 20MHz frequency bandwidth.

Omnitele sees LTE to have great potential as it outperforms the current baseline HSDPA in terms of data rates by a factor of ten and HSPA+ technologies by a factor of 3-4.

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