Nokia promises 400 Mbps with TD-LTE-A Pro and LTE-Wi-Fi Aggregation demo at MWC Shanghai

Nokia will showcase its latest TD-LTE-Advanced (TD-LTE-A) and TD-LTE-Advanced Pro offerings at Mobile World Congress Shanghai, which takes place June 29 through July 1.

In fact, Nokia promises to conduct an industry-first demonstration of how 4G TD-LTE operators can leverage existing Wi-Fi access points to deliver a high quality experience for subscribers with compatible devices. Using a TD-LTE-A Pro LTE-Wi-Fi Aggregation (LWA) feature on the Nokia Flexi Multiradio 10 Base stations, the LTE and Wi-Fi networks are aggregated to deliver speeds of up to 400 Mbps.

Nokia also plans to conduct demonstrations of distributed beamforming technology, which enables operators to triple the download and upload capacity of a Nokia TD-LTE-A "Supercell" to increase cell edge speeds compared to stand-alone LTE cells by removing inter-cell interference, the company said. Release

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