DUBLIN, Nov. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/26dg6n/lte_in_unlicensed) has announced the addition of the "LTE in Unlicensed Spectrum and LTE/Wi-Fi Aggregation: Technical Options and Business Models " report to their offering.
"Operators can provide increased capacity and speed to localised sites where there is a high level of traffic and limited spectrum availability by using either LTE in unlicensed spectrum or a combination of LTE and Wi-Fi."
This report considers the options available to operators for providing improved capacity and high peak speeds using unlicensed spectrum.
We consider the utilisation of two basic sets of technologies:
- Both LTE and Wi-Fi through aggregation (where LTE and Wi-Fi flows are combined), or Wi-Fi for the downlink and LTE for the uplink - LTE in unlicensed spectrum, most likely in the 5GHz band initially.
The report is based on several sources, including:
- Internal research
- Interviews with stakeholders in markets for LTE in unlicensed spectrum, as well as LTE Wi-Fi aggregation equipment.
Key Questions Answered In This Report
- What are the technical capabilities for systems that use LTE in unlicensed spectrum, compared with those that combine LTE and Wi-Fi?
- What are the hardware requirements for systems that use LTE in unlicensed spectrum, compared with those that combine LTE and Wi-Fi and what implications will this have for the equipment's time to market?
- How can operators best monetise the launch of LTE in unlicensed spectrum, as well as systems that combine LTE with Wi-Fi?
- Which technology option should vendors target primarily?
Who Needs to Read this Report
- Operator marketing teams that need information on how best to launch commercial offers that use LTE in unlicensed spectrum, or combine LTE and Wi-Fi.
- Operator strategy teams that want to understand the potential of each technology option and the ease with which they can be launched.
- Vendor strategy teams that require guidance on which of the technology options seem most promising for attracting new operator customers.
- Device manufacturers that want to identify the potential features and technologies that their latest products can support.
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