China Installs the LTE Ericsson Radio Dot System in Guangdong and Zhejiang Provinces
Published By : 13 Aug 2015 | Published By : QYRESEARCH
the country. The company has therefore deployed this mechanism in Guangdong and Zhejiang that happen to be China’s two key coastal provinces. This deployment came about at a time when the demand and popularity of mobile data in China has been rising substantially. This has also led to increased traffic relating to mobile data.
Radio Dots refer to small antennas for mobile broadband of weight 300 grams. These are designed for giving a boost to the data rates at offices, public venues, and in medium and large corporations. This as a result, proves to be an economical way of providing better network performance and greater capacity. The rapid installation solves the problems pertaining to indoor coverage issues. China Telecom’s branches of Guangdong and Zhejiang were prompt in implementing this LTE Radio Dot Systems at modified venues as well as in new buildings.
The Guangdong branch of China Telecom obtained the 20MHz + 20 MHz carrier aggregation that relies on the LTE Radio Dot Systems, which also offers the speed of 300 Mbps for users. Interestingly this system was successful in getting strong control over the problem of signal leaks. It also tackled the issue of seamless switching that takes place between the macro station (outdoor) and the Radio Dot Systems.
As per a recently released research report of Ericsson, indoor mobile data traffic contributes approximately 70% to the overall global data traffic. This, according to Ericsson is of great importance to operators who face high demand for mobile data with better indoor coverage over and above high mobile network speeds. Senior officials at Ericsson expressed that the company has been receiving positive response from China Telecom on the high efficiency of Ericsson’s Radio Dot System.