The recent launch of Sprint Spark is the latest sign that LTE competition is moving from network coverage to data speed and capacity. Sprint and Softbank are implementing LTE TDD to increase capacity and performance for their hybrid TDD/FDD network. LTE TDD (a.k.a. TD-LTE) will play a major role in how operators add new spectrum bands in the 1.9, 2.6, 3.5GHz bands and above.
Since the beginning of standardization, LTE has been designed as a single radio interface to support both FDD and TDD. This principle provides a solid foundation for LTE TDD’s success on a global scale. It also enables the harmonization of the LTE TDD and FDD ecosystems. This harmonized ecosystem will be key for LTE TDD’s global success.
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