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March 20, 2012

ZTE debuts 3.5GHz TD-LTE base station

It comes with a transmission power of 80W

By CBR Staff Writer

ZTE has released a LTE base station version, considered to be the world’s first 3.5GHz TD-LTE distributed base station, which has wide coverage and transmission power of 80W.

The integrated base station’s RF module supports a 4-port antenna, where each port will have a transmission power of 20W.

The base station comes with interference suppression and carrier aggregation features, which increases site coverage by more than 25%, reducing operator network development costs.

ZTE vice president Wang Shouchen said through decades of efforts, Chinese communication companies have become leaders in the LTE base station industry.

"The new ZTE 3.5GHz base station is an example of how this was accomplished," addedShouchen.

ZTE said the company has signed three contracts for deploying and upgrading 3.5GHz TD-LTE networks in Asia-Pacific and Africa till date.


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