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  Reply # 774152 4-Mar-2013 10:09
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johnr:
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dickytim: I thought maximum speed was 150mbps. down 51 mbps up

Not sure but I think 150mb/s is LTE advanced


Quite a bit off LTE advanced that is like category 10

No I realise I was just saying that the max theoretical speed of LTE advanced is 150mb/s down and 51 up.

just some questions:

1. Is LTE real 4G or is it just branded as 4G?

2. Exactly how far away are we from LTE advanced?






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  Reply # 774163 4-Mar-2013 10:32
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johnr:
Firebreaker:
dickytim: I thought maximum speed was 150mbps. down 51 mbps up

Not sure but I think 150mb/s is LTE advanced


Quite a bit off LTE advanced that is like category 10

No I realise I was just saying that the max theoretical speed of LTE advanced is 150mb/s down and 51 up.


Google LTE advanced

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 774165 4-Mar-2013 10:34
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i dont even have enough data cap for proper HSDPA let alone LTE ... i'm not too worried :)

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  Reply # 774166 4-Mar-2013 10:34
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johnr:
Firebreaker:
johnr:
Firebreaker:
dickytim: I thought maximum speed was 150mbps. down 51 mbps up

Not sure but I think 150mb/s is LTE advanced


Quite a bit off LTE advanced that is like category 10

No I realise I was just saying that the max theoretical speed of LTE advanced is 150mb/s down and 51 up.


Google LTE advanced


From Wikipedia - LTE-Advanced provides almost 3.3 Gbit peak download rates per sector of the base station under ideal conditions.

From Coffee Baron on Page 17 of this thread - Vodafone running Cat4 = 150/50 
But some devices will only be Cat3 = 100/50

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  Reply # 774530 4-Mar-2013 20:02
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NzBeagle:
johnr:
Firebreaker:
johnr:
Firebreaker:
dickytim: I thought maximum speed was 150mbps. down 51 mbps up

Not sure but I think 150mb/s is LTE advanced


Quite a bit off LTE advanced that is like category 10

No I realise I was just saying that the max theoretical speed of LTE advanced is 150mb/s down and 51 up.


Google LTE advanced


From Wikipedia - LTE-Advanced provides almost 3.3 Gbit peak download rates per sector of the base station under ideal conditions.

From Coffee Baron on Page 17 of this thread - Vodafone running Cat4 = 150/50 
But some devices will only be Cat3 = 100/50

That's freaking insane!!! No wonder we are far off it!!!





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  Reply # 774569 4-Mar-2013 21:00
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Firebreaker: 2. Exactly how far away are we from LTE advanced?



Since I don't work for Vodafone I couldn't answer this question but knowing the kit Vodafone have deployed they have the ability to switch on LTE Advanced within a very short period of time should they choose to do so.

There is no point is doing so however because there are no mass market LTE advanced devices and the only live LTE Advanced network is a small scale network in Moscow.

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  Reply # 774570 4-Mar-2013 21:07
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Firebreaker: 2. Exactly how far away are we from LTE advanced?



Since I don't work for Vodafone I couldn't answer this question but knowing the kit Vodafone have deployed they have the ability to switch on LTE Advanced within a very short period of time should they choose to do so.

There is no point is doing so however because there are no mass market LTE advanced devices and the only live LTE Advanced network is a small scale network in Moscow.

So if Vodafone wanted to theoretically they could have deployed LTE advanced over just standard LTE and would there have been higher costs to deploy LTE advanced?





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  Reply # 774623 4-Mar-2013 22:28
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Firebreaker:
sbiddle:
Firebreaker: 2. Exactly how far away are we from LTE advanced?



Since I don't work for Vodafone I couldn't answer this question but knowing the kit Vodafone have deployed they have the ability to switch on LTE Advanced within a very short period of time should they choose to do so.

There is no point is doing so however because there are no mass market LTE advanced devices and the only live LTE Advanced network is a small scale network in Moscow.

So if Vodafone wanted to theoretically they could have deployed LTE advanced over just standard LTE and would there have been higher costs to deploy LTE advanced?


well i suppose they'd have to pay for extra bandwidth in their backhaul, upgrade their internal network to deal with the traffic maybe?





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  Reply # 774625 4-Mar-2013 22:30
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hamish225:
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sbiddle:
Firebreaker: 2. Exactly how far away are we from LTE advanced?



Since I don't work for Vodafone I couldn't answer this question but knowing the kit Vodafone have deployed they have the ability to switch on LTE Advanced within a very short period of time should they choose to do so.

There is no point is doing so however because there are no mass market LTE advanced devices and the only live LTE Advanced network is a small scale network in Moscow.

So if Vodafone wanted to theoretically they could have deployed LTE advanced over just standard LTE and would there have been higher costs to deploy LTE advanced?


well i suppose they'd have to pay for extra bandwidth in their backhaul, upgrade their internal network to deal with the traffic maybe?

From my understanding you don't need more bandwidth with LTE advanced in fact you could have much less, of course if I am wrong I would love to be corrected.





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  Reply # 774626 4-Mar-2013 22:32
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i dont mean more spectrum, i mean like they'll have to pay chorus more for more bandwidth from the cellsite to their core network, would they not?





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  Reply # 774627 4-Mar-2013 22:33
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Because the geeks at gz will complain the data cap is too low etc etc etc the teen s mum will complain her bill is a million bucks lady month and every one in the media will crucify Vodafone for bad commerce ... too big a risk! This cat 4 is the sweet spot

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  Reply # 774775 5-Mar-2013 08:59
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hamish225:
Firebreaker:
sbiddle:
Firebreaker: 2. Exactly how far away are we from LTE advanced?



Since I don't work for Vodafone I couldn't answer this question but knowing the kit Vodafone have deployed they have the ability to switch on LTE Advanced within a very short period of time should they choose to do so.

There is no point is doing so however because there are no mass market LTE advanced devices and the only live LTE Advanced network is a small scale network in Moscow.

So if Vodafone wanted to theoretically they could have deployed LTE advanced over just standard LTE and would there have been higher costs to deploy LTE advanced?


well i suppose they'd have to pay for extra bandwidth in their backhaul, upgrade their internal network to deal with the traffic maybe?


If there are no devices that support it, then there would be no extra bandwidth since nobody wouldbe using it.


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  Reply # 774789 5-Mar-2013 09:18
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hamish225:
Firebreaker:
sbiddle:
Firebreaker: 2. Exactly how far away are we from LTE advanced?



Since I don't work for Vodafone I couldn't answer this question but knowing the kit Vodafone have deployed they have the ability to switch on LTE Advanced within a very short period of time should they choose to do so.

There is no point is doing so however because there are no mass market LTE advanced devices and the only live LTE Advanced network is a small scale network in Moscow.

So if Vodafone wanted to theoretically they could have deployed LTE advanced over just standard LTE and would there have been higher costs to deploy LTE advanced?


well i suppose they'd have to pay for extra bandwidth in their backhaul, upgrade their internal network to deal with the traffic maybe?


If there are no devices that support it, then there would be no extra bandwidth since nobody wouldbe using it.


There are probably licensing costs, so not point paying for licenses when it is not being used.




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  Reply # 774836 5-Mar-2013 10:05
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I note Telstra in Australia intend to launch a LTE-Advanced network this year.

http://www.mobileworldlive.com/telstra-to-launch-lte-advanced-in-2013

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  Reply # 774841 5-Mar-2013 10:11
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I note also AT&T intends to rollout a LTE-Advanced network this year.

http://miami.cbslocal.com/2012/12/06/att-announces-4g-lte-advanced-for-2013-verizon-5g-next/

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