Google submitted an application to the Federal Communication Commission that lists specific spectrum bands that Clearwire owns that Google plans to broadcast via a tower at its headquarters. The WSJ article speculates that Google could be looking to bundle wireless services with its Google Fiber service in the same way cable providers typically bundle broadband and phone services.
Google submitted an application to the Federal Communication Commission which was redacted, however the original application had four individual sites which included the East Coast and I believe it was the Boston area, all with the Clearwire frequencies on the same application.
It has been very quite from them since, concerning the wireless testing.
Japanese youth are choosing LTE over fiber to the home connections, which has forced NTT to drop prices for its wireline service. Will the possibility of that kind of cost cutting inspire applications developers to build must-have services for wireline too?
Nokia Siemens Networks has achieved world record TD-LTE throughput speeds of 1.6 Gigabits per second (Gbps) At this speed, a 3 Gigabyte (GB) high definition (HD) movie would download in just 24 seconds while over 1.7 GB of data could be uploaded at the same time, all via mobile broadband.
the company used 60 MHz of aggregated spectrum with an 8-pipe
radio module that enables eight streams of uplink MU-MIMO**. With this approach, Nokia
Siemens Networks is taking TD-LTE beyond the LTE-Advanced***