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Motorola announces progress on TD-LTE commercialization
Posted: 24-Feb-2009 [Source: Motorola]

[Motorola announces plans with operators to conduct TD-LTE trials this year.]

Bejing -- Motorola announced today its progress on Time Division Duplex Long-Term Evolution (TD-LTE) commercialization. Motorola will collaborate with operators on TD-LTE trials to be conducted during 2009. This further demonstrates Motorola's commitment to TD-LTE in order to meet the future needs of operators in China, as well as operators around the world with TDD spectrum and help accelerate the delivery of the personal mobile media experiences globally.

As one of the leaders in LTE RAN contributions, Motorola supports both TD-LTE and Frequency Division Duplex LTE (FDD-LTE). Motorola is planning an LTE ecosystem to support the early deployments from Q4 2009 to mid-2010.

"Motorola has always been an innovator and pioneer in the mobile telecommunications industry and has extensive knowledge and experience across multiple OFDM-based wireless interfaces including WiMAX and LTE," said Mohammad Akhtar, vice president and general manager, Home and Networks Mobility China. "Motorola is leveraging its success in OFDM to design a common LTE platform that is capable of supporting FDD and TDD, bringing to market early and field-proven end-to-end LTE solutions to support TDD and FDD deployments."

Motorola has world class R&D facilities including a team in China which has been working with major operators in China for many years and will provide valuable insights into the local needs. With its extensive OFDM expertise, Motorola offers several competitive advantages in LTE and is actively involved in global trial engagements.

Motorola is a member of the LTE/System Architecture Evolution (SAE) Trial Initiative (LSTI). This industry group is driving the acceleration of commercial and inter-operable next-generation LTE mobile broadband systems through the collaborative efforts of leading telecommunications companies worldwide. The LSTI helps support Motorola's dedication and technology advancements that will deliver the media mobility experiences that consumers expect.

Motorola's LTE solution is comprised of its OFDM broadband platform and a selection of radio options that include MIMO and smart antennas. The portfolio includes frame based-mounted radios, remote radio heads and tower top radios to support a wide variety of LTE deployment scenarios across a wide variety of spectrum bands to meet the needs of the global market.

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