Fixed-LTD (Fixed-Long Term Evolution)
The LTE (Long Term Evolution) specification provides downlink peak rates of 300 Mbit/s, uplink peak rates of 75Mbit/s and QoS provisions permitting a transfer latency of less than 5ms in the radio access network. LTE has the ability to manage fast-moving mobiles and supports multi-cast and broadcast streams. LTE supports scalable carrier bandwidths, from 1.4 MHz to 20 MHz and supports both frequency division duplexing (FDD) and time-division duplexing (TDD). The IP-based network architecture, called the Evolved Packet Core (EPC) designed to replace the GPRS Core Network, supports seamless handovers for both voice and data to cell towers with older network technology such as GSM, UMTS and CDMA2000. The simpler architecture results in lower operating costs.
TD-LTE is the standard for high speed wireless communication and it is the latest generation of fixed broadband network. TD-LTE is the best option for providing Internet to organizations, institutes, companies and home. If subscribers live in an area where no port is available for provision of fixed Internet, TD-LTE with speed range of 1Mbps to 80Mbps would be a best choice for customers. Figure 6 shows the TD-LTED services
ALTADBIR’s Telecom R&D department is dedicated to taking LTE technology forward. With many experience in deploying wireless technology around the in the country and Middle East, ALTADBIR brings extensive knowledge, expertise and experience to every customer interaction, extending our dedication to each partnership – with your long-term future success in mind. ALTADBIR’s Fixed LTE services hooks you up with fast internet where you least expect it, with an ever-expanding network to keep you connected. This technology uses hassle-free mobile technology rather than complicated cables. Your path to the internet is airborne, straight from your router to your nearest LTE tower as shown in figure.
Our TDD-LTE High Level Overview
Figure 7 shows the ALTADBIR proposed network based on a single EPC (Evolved Packet Core) based in the NOC (Network Operation Center) and one or more remote sites with eNodeB Base stations. It is assumed there are network management systems at the NOC. The EPC connects directly to an eNodeB on the NOC site as well as via P2P backhaul links to remote sites via fiber optics or wireless (microwave, MMW, radio) links. Each remote site houses an eNodeB with direct connection to the link back to the EPC at the NOC. This network can scale from a single base site up to 100’s or 1000’s of base sites to create city-scale or national-scale networks.
Customer CPE devices
Customers can connect to the network anywhere within the coverage area via an LTE CPE device to gain access to the network. CPE devices can include fixed outdoor, indoor, nomadic and mobile devices.