GSMA chief urges adoption of dual-mode LTE chipsets

If carriers want LTE adoption to take off around the world, they must include chipsets in their devices that support both FDD and TDD variants of the network technology, said GSMA Director General Anne Bouverot at a conference held by the Global TD-LTE Initiative. Bouverot said that seeding the market with LTE devices alone is not enough. "That won't drive the market to scale," she said, according to Light Reading Mobile. "The key requirement for success is dual-mode chipsets for TDD and FDD LTE." Article

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