Monday, August 16, 2010

Motorola Completes TD-LTE Lab Trial

Motorola has passed China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) 2.3 GHz full feature set lab trial with a 100 percent pass rate. The tests measured key TD-LTE functionalities; radio frequency (RF) performance; operation, administration and management (OAM) capabilities; interface conformity; hardware readiness and backhaul capability.


The TD-LTE lab trial utilized Motorola's latest commercial LTE hardware platform, including its TD-LTE capable 4Tx/8Rx radio head and Motorola's fourth-generation, LTE-Advanced-capable WBR 700 LTE baseband. Motorola's TD-LTE 4Tx/8Rx radio head supports advanced multiple input and multiple output (MIMO) schemes, including multi-user (MU) MIMO and beam-forming to provide unprecedented capability and coverage for TD-LTE operators, while the WBR 700 offers up to four times the capability of the average LTE baseband currently on the market in a 1U rack with the most compact size in the industry.


Motorola noted that this milestone follows the recently announced TD-LTE field trial success initiated by the TD-LTE working group, set up by MIIT in June 2009 with China's three telecom operators and other key industry partners to develop a healthy TD-LTE ecosystem.


As part of these efforts, Motorola was invited to conduct the TD-LTE lab trial in advance of the large-scale system trial.
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