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Huawei Announces Breakthrough on HSUPA as the Single-User Uplink Peak Data Rate Exceeds 20Mbs

Huawei has announced that a demonstration it conducted broke the HSUPA (High Speed Uplink Packet Access) record for peak single-user uplink data rates with 20Mbs more

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ZTE Conducts Record-Breaking HSUPA Single Cell Data Rate Test

China's ZTE says that it has carried out what it says is a record-breaking single-cell HSUPA data rate improvement test in Shenzhen, China. more

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Telstra Upgrades Mobile Data Speeds

Australian network operator, Telstra has upgraded its Ericsson supplied network to support peak network uplink speeds of 5.8Mbps. more

Related Tags: telstra, hspa+, 3g, usb-modems, uplink, usb, modems, Australia


Top-five handset OEM signs first Coolteq deal

Nujira, a developer of mobile phone platforms says that it has signed a deal with an unnamed handset manufacturer to provide its Coolteq-l handset development platform.  more

Related Tags: coolteq, nujira, power-amplifiers, cdma, ovi, tim, lte, w-cdma, wcdma, edge, 3g, 3gpp, seven, oem, bandwidth


Telefonica Conducts 1st Tests of LTE Network in Spain

Spain's Telefonica has conducted its first tests on a live LTE network, installed at its Demonstrations Centre in Madrid. These initial real demonstrations or tests consisted of a VoIP call, and a videocall using an LTE mini-network installed by Ericsson, more

Related Tags: 3g, voip, tim, lte, hspa, ericsson, usb-modem, mobile-broadband, telefonica, netbooks, hsdpa, Spain


Austria Gets Europe's First HSPA+ Mobile Data Network

Telekom Austria's mobile subsidiary, mobilkom austria, has become the first operator in Europe to launch HSPA+ services - offering a potential mobile data download speed of 21 Mbps. more

Related Tags: mobile-data, eu, ict, mts, hspa, ericsson, mobile-broadband, telekom-austria, hspa+, hotspots, telekom, mobilkom, Austria


Wireless Infrastructure Vendors Hunkering Down for a Tough 2009

Radio Access Network equipment expenditure is expected to contract by 6% as wireless infrastructure vendors brace for a stormy year. The latest market data from ABI Research pegs infrastructure spending at about $49 billion in 2009. more

Related Tags: 3g, nokia, wimax, motorola, itu, huawei, 3g-license, lte, zte, abi-research, alcatel-lucent, hspa, ericsson, iden, bsnl, 3g-licenses, hotspots, 4g, 802.16m, 3g-coverage, 2g


BSNL To Start Selling 3G USB Modems

Indian mobile phone manufacturer, Micromax says that it has secured a distribution deal with state-owned mobile network operator, BSNL for its 3G USB Modems. more

Related Tags: 3g, wind, usb-modem, bsnl, operating-system, windows, hsdpa, linux, micromax, usb, India


Optimising the Interoperation of UMTS and GSM at 900 MHZ

Wireless operators can recover as much as 50 percent of the spectrum lost to transition zones when deploying UMTS at 900 MHz with legacy GSM networks, according to Sean Cordone, PhD, Vice President of Engineering at ISCO International more

Related Tags: 3g, wimax, eu, lte, mts, hspa, gsm, hspa+, umts, prague, 3g-network, 2g


EDGE Continues to Dominate New Base Station Deployments in 2009

EDGE will dominate new base station deployments in 2009 with over 40% of new base station deployments, reports In-Stat. The slowdown in the global economy is having an effect on EDGE base station deployments as operators push out deployments. more

Related Tags: asia-pacific, 3g, base-station, eu, edge, td-scdma, cdma, in-stat, sharp, base-stations, gsm, africa


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