ZTE rolls out dual-mode SDR solution

Staff writer
4G Insight Asia Edition
ZTE has rolled out a new generation of dual-mode SDR (software defined radio) products which use HSUPA-based uplink interference cancellation  technology.
 
This new SDR product allows operators to deploy high-capacity base stations and increase capacity without hardware platform changes or device upgrades.
 
In addition, the SDR products offer GSM/UMTS dual-mode networking to provide a smooth evolution path to HSPA+ networking. 
 
This technology also provides a significant increase of both the number of voice users and average cell throughput, with users benefiting across various radio conditions.

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