Sunday, February 11, 2007

Ericsson and Telstra Achieve 200 km Cell Range with up 2.3 Mbps Downlinks

Telstra is ready to launch the world's first 200 km cell range in a commercial mobile broadband network. The performance is achieved using Ericsson's Extended Range software, which has been installed in selected mountaintop sites across Australia, supporting all 3G services over extensive geographical areas.

The advanced software employs High-Speed Packet Access (HSPA) technology to achieve peak network speeds of up to 1.9Mbps in the uplink and 14.4Mbps in the downlink. Downlink speeds of 2.3Mbps at a 200km range have also been achieved during testing.


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