Friday, 23 February 2018

Nokia Siemens seeks to tap Asia-Pac's 700-MHz demand

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Monday 01 October 12

Equipment maker extends LTE base station portfolio to cover region's digital dividend spectrum; touts load-balancing, carrier aggregation portfolio.

Nokia Siemens Networks on Monday updated its LTE base station portfolio to cover the APT (Asia-Pacific Telecommunity) 700-MHz band in a bid to tap into the region's digital dividend. According to Analysys Mason, the APT's band plan covers two 45-MHz chunks of spectrum gradually being freed up as TV broadcasters go digital…

Nokia Siemens Networks on Monday updated its LTE base station portfolio to cover the APT (Asia-Pacific Telecommunity) 700-MHz band in a bid to tap into the region's digital dividend. According to Analysys Mason, the APT's band plan covers two 45-MHz chunks of spectrum gradually being freed up as TV broadcasters go digital…

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