Anite demos 300Mbps peak data rates using three component carrier aggregation

Wireless test company claims this achievement accelerates the development of LTE-Advanced devices

Anite demos 300Mbps peak data rates using three component carrier aggregation

Anite, the wireless equipment testing technology provider, announced today (14 August 2104) that it has achieved peak data rate throughput of 300Mbps with 40MHz bandwidth using three component carrier aggregation (3 CC CA). This milestone was achieved in close collaboration with a leading mobile chipset manufacturer.
 
Early availability of key features in Anite’s testing solutions enables customers to develop LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) products in line with market requirements. LTE-A carrier aggregation (CA) enables mobile operators with limited contiguous frequency allocations to realise superior data rates through combining spectrum resources.

End-users will benefit from the higher data rates as they download and access bandwidth intensive content such as video and online games on their mobile devices.
 
Three carriers with downlink bandwidths of 20MHz, 10MHz and 10MHz were used to achieve the 300Mbps (Category 6) on Anite’s Development Toolset. Ultimately, aggregation of three component carriers - with 20MHz bandwidth each - allows mobile operators to deliver downlink data rates to end-users of up to 450Mbps.
 
“The 3 CC CA achievement underlines how Anite’s collaborative relationships with key industry players and its advanced technology roadmap accelerate the development of LTE-A CA chipsets and devices,” said Paul Beaver, products director at Anite.

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