Ericsson and Telstra Test LTE-A Via 5-carrier Aggregation over a Live Network

Ericsson and Australia's Telstra have announced the world's first demonstration of 1 Gbps capability with five carrier LTE A Carrier Aggregation integrated on a live end to end mobile network.


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