Posted: October 9, 2014

Huawei today announced that it has completed the bidirectional handover test between LTE FDD CA and LTE TDD CA, both with 40MHz bandwidth. Utilizing a mobile device enabled by the Qualcomm® Gobi™ 9×35 modem working with Huawei’s One LTE network solution, Huawei successfully completed the handover test and demonstrated strong realization of smooth LTE TDD/FDD CA bidirectional handover between convergent LTE CA networks, and from one separate LTE CA network to another. This result will speed up the commercial deployment of Huawei’s One LTE solution (TDD/FDD CA), which significantly improves network flexibility and deployment feasibility by allowing a phased approach of commercial deployment. Additionally, this helps operators seamlessly transform user experiences to LTE convergent networks. This feature is expected to launch globally by the end of 2014. Software for corresponding devices upgraded on an ongoing basis.

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With the increasing demand to continuously strengthen competitiveness in network development and further enhance user experiences, operators are exploring their own spectrum opportunities, including FDD and TDD, to provide unified 4G networks.

Huawei will continue to work with Qualcomm Technologies in the field of interworking for end-to-end validation, in hopes to help operators smoothly deploy or upgrade their networks. In addition to TDD/FDD interworking for One LTE, Huawei previously conducted a successful demonstration of TDD+FDD 4-Carrier Aggregation which features throughput exceeding 500Mbps to enhance the LTE convergence at the Mobile World Congress 2014.

The total number of TDD/FDD convergence networks globally is currently 13, with this number forecast to grow to 50 by the end of 2014. Guided by its technology vision of “One Network,” Huawei is committed to helping global carriers improve their user experience and realize business success with the One LTE solution, in addition to many other industry-leading network technologies.

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