NSN talk TDD and FDD co-existence is this free white paper.
New White paper
Most early LTE roll outs tended to favor Frequency Division Duplexing (FDD-LTE), with Time Division Duplexing (TD-LTE) technology being almost ignored in some markets. But that’s changing fast as TD-LTE gains ground, either as a first choice for 4G or as a way of adding extra capacity to an FDD-LTE based network.
With ten frequency bands defined by 3GPP, TD-LTE can provide valuable extra spectrum for operators in most countries: TDD spectrum is available for 60% of the world’s population and 50% of the world’s land mass.
Terminal vendors have not been sitting idly. More than 200 TD-LTE capable devices are on the market – 71% support TD-LTE at 2.6 GHz, with 66% supporting 2.3 GHz.
There are several ways to deploy both TD-LTE cells and FDD-LTE cells in the same network to complement each other. Using all spectrum efficiently depends on being able to shift traffic between…
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