Huawei Claims to Have Developed Beyond LTE Network with 30 Gbps Speed

March 27, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here comes some good news about a world with wireless networks faster than the fastest LTE networks available today.

Huawei has reportedly claimed that they were successful in developing a new network technology that can enable data transfers at stunning rates as against the existing network technologies of today.

As per Huawei’s claims, this hitherto unknown network technology can deliver data transfer rates up to 30 Gbps. At that speed, the technology is actually Beyond LTE as claimed by the Chinese company.

Huawei has said that the new network technology was made possible by improving the antenna structure and algorithms.

The massive speeds in data transfer were achieved by bringing improvements to radio frequency architecture and by utilizing better Multi-user Multi-Input Multi-Output (MIMO) management.

However, Huawei is yet to disclose all the details of the new network technology developed by them. Available info from Huawei hints that the system is said to meet wideband requirements. This raises doubts about possible range limitations of the new network to deliver improved data transfer speeds.

However, verifying the claims will take time and it will take yet more time to find the data transfer rates in real world conditions. But if the claims turn out to be true, we will be having a network which is at least 10 times faster than the peak speeds theoretically possible on a LTE advanced network.

However, Huawei has been tight lipped as to when the technology would be heading to the market or about the time estimate for its commercial availability.

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