3.5 G and
Move to Worldwide Mobile Broadband
"3.5G and 4G 2010: The Move to Worldwide Mobile Broadband" juxtaposes
the relative strengths and weaknesses of HSPA+, WiMAX, and LTE to create
quantitative and qualitative assessments of the role each technology will play
in the future. The study examines drivers for network upgrades and the
technologies that will be used to improve network performance including MIMO,
error correction, OFDMA, scheduling and modulation, among others. It offers
detailed competitive analysis of each technology that considers technical,
market and regional factors and it also delineates the deployment of these next
generation technologies on a regional basis.
Shipments and revenues are provided for LTE, WiMAX and HSPA+
handset/user devices, femtocells and base stations. Subscribers and femtocell
users and associated service revenues are also included for each technology as
are cumulative base station deployments. WCDMA and HSDPA/HSUPA subscribers are
given as are total 3.5G/4G users, devices, base stations deployments and
shipments and service and equipment revenues.
What impact will the global recession have upon
Which spectrum will become available for use?
HSPA+ delay LTE deployments?
make a mark in the mobile space?
What will the deployment curve for 4G look like
Is 802.16m too late?
are the distinguishing attributes of each system?
When will 3.5G and 4G be deployed in each market?
the relative strengths/weaknesses of each platform?
What are carriers seeking from next generation
Report Code: 0210
of Tables/Figures: 26
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