Samsung has shown the improvement in data transition provided by Samsung Smart LTE solution, which is designed to support a large influx of mobile data traffic in congested urban areas. According to the company, applying its advanced technology of radio resource allocation, Samsung Smart LTE solution allows mobile service providers to reduce the interference that occurs inside network’s sectors and cells, making possible the efficient expansion of the signal range without reducing its intensity.
Youngky Kim, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Telecommunication Systems Business at Samsung Electronics, said: “It’s clear that LTE is the central point of the transition from voice-service-based communication towards the one based on data service. Thus, the telecommunications industry is currently working on finding the most effective ways to satisfy user demand for multimedia and data services at a higher speed, while continuing to provide stable voice services of the highest quality.”
Samsung has also made a VoLTE demonstration using complete solutions, including networking equipment, but also smartphones and chipsets compatible with LTE. Samsung provides a high quality of the service VoLTE (QoS), ensuring uninterrupted voice communications, even in case of overloaded network.
Both network equipment and the smartphones used in proving the VoLTE solution are expected to hit the market in 2012.
Samsung has also introduced SmartMBS, a multi-standard base station that brings together the LTE, 4G and 3G technologies in a single platform. SmartMBS allows quick and easy integration of the LTE technology into existing networks at considerably reduced costs. SmartMBS has a bandwidth range of 65MHz Remote Audio Unit (RRU), equipped with Software Defined Radio (SDR) capabilities.
Samsung supported the launch of the first commercial services LTE and Mobile WiMAX in USA. Having an extensive experience in OFDMA technology, the company already created dozens of partnerships with mobile operators in order to help them implement 4G solutions, including Sprint and MetroPCS in the US, KDDI in Japan and Mobily in Saudi Arabia.
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