LG unveiled LTE phone chipset - 4G technology

LG unveiled its Long Term Evolution (LTE) chipset, which it claimed is the first designed to provide mobile handsets with 4G connectivity, that could provide downlink speeds of 60 Mbps and 20 Mbps and higher. Last month, Sandbridge Technologies announced its baseband processor supporting LTE (PDF); and earlier this year, Ericsson showed what it claimed was […]

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LG unveiled its Long Term Evolution (LTE) chipset, which it claimed is the first designed to provide mobile handsets with 4G connectivity, that could provide downlink speeds of 60 Mbps and 20 Mbps and higher. Last month, Sandbridge Technologies announced its baseband processor supporting LTE (PDF); and earlier this year, Ericsson showed what it claimed was the first LTE solution, its M700 platform, promising speeds of 100 Mbps down and 50 Mbps up.

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