ZTE passes TD-LTE Phase I test

Telecom Asia Staff
04 Jun 2009

ZTE said it was the first company to successfully complete and pass the TD-LTE Phase I test -- which measures high bandwidth network capacity -- together with key industry players including China Mobile, Vodafone and the Ministry of Industry and Information of China.

Test results indicated that the downlink sector reached the theoretical peak rate of 39Mbps with a 10M bandwidth, and ZTE was first in the industry to realize 20M bandwidth support.

In the trials, ZTE adopted third-party test UE (user equipment) and the downlink peak rate attained TM500\'s upper limit of 61.228 Mbps.

Upgradable through terminal, the system is designed to support a downlink rate of up to 82.3 Mbps in the future.

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