LAA: LTE and Wi-Fi Coexistence or Convergence? (.PDF Download)

May 3, 2016

Using cellular and Wi-Fi together in a mobile device has now become an expectation. Not only should they work together, but they should be enabled to work together seamlessly at the switch of a button. LTE and Wi-Fi have coexisted and been complementary for years, but researchers have recently proposed new LTE and Wi-Fi coexistence technologies to enhance the user’s mobile data experience. As demand for mobile data access continues to escalate, these technologies will likely be commercialized and deployed in the near future...

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