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Robust Demand from Wireless Broadband Operators Increases Adoption of LTE and LTE-Advanced Technologies

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Published on : Oct 10, 2016

ALBANY, NY, Oct 10, 2016: The report presents an insightful market analysis and forecasts from 2016 till 2030 of the LTE, LTE-Advanced & 5G Ecosystem market. LTE, an acronym for Long Term Evolution, is a 4G wireless broadband technology that has seen over 500 commercial network launches so far. The report discusses the phenomenal adoption of the mobile broadband and explains in details LTE and LTE-Advanced. This includes description of what LTE is, its architectural overview, underlying technologies and key performance metrics. LTE-Advanced is described too, along with concepts related to it, such as carrier aggregation, optimizing small cell performance, enhanced Inter-Cell Interference Coordination (eICIC), etc.

Next, the report focusses on factors driving the growth in the market for LTE and LTE-Advanced. Most operators, for example, have lapped up opportunity provided by LTE technology to overcome bandwidth constraints in offering faster data rates and meeting growing traffic capacity demands. The report estimates that mobile operators would make US $600 bn in revenue from commercial LTE service in 2016 and the figure would grow at an expected CAGR of more than 5% over the next four years. It predicts that by 2020, over 50% of all LTE subscribers will be supported by LTE-Advanced networks.

Along with growth drivers, the report also delves into challenges that have the potential to hobble growth in the market. Some such inhibiters are the capital expenditure incurred by operators and return on investments (ROI), spectrum congestion, impact of infrastructure sharing, roaming issues, and backhaul capacity limitations.

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Strategies for deployment of LTE and LTE-Advanced has been explained in the report too. Those include, single RAN versus overplay deployment; antenna and RAN strategies; adopting an RRH and FTTA design; technology options namely fiber, microwave and millimeter wave; backhaul sharing; synchronization and a host of other things.

The report throws light on various operator service models. It then goes on to describe what an unlicensed LTE network is, technologies underpinning it, its commercial prospects, mobile operator commitments and Wi-Fi community concerns, alongside discussing concepts like LAA (License Assisted Access), LWA (LTE - Wi-Fi Link Aggregation), etc.

Further, the future of wireless broadband technology “5G” is explained in details in the report. From a basic definition and description of technologies used to market growth drivers and restraints – everything is provided in the report. It presents a comprehensive picture of key vertical markets for LTE and 5G networks, namely healthcare, energy and utilities, automotive and transportation, smart cities, and military. There are also vertical market case studies – China Southern Power Grid, U.S. Navy, Qatar MOI (Ministry of Interior) and Abu Dhabi Police. Industry roadmap and value chain are also discussed in the report, along with vendor and operator landscape. 

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