Motorola Launches Commercial 4G LTE Device, FDD LTE USB-lte 7110; Available for Interoperability Testing

Written By Sam on 21 October 2010

Motorola has introduced the FDD LTE USB-lte 7110, its first commercial 4G LTE device, for delivery of personalized mobile broadband experiences, including real-time multimedia applications. The new USB device will also be made available for interoperability testing with non-Motorola LTE networks worldwide.

Here is a look at the key facts of the device, as revealed by the company:

  • The USB-lte 7110 provides delivery of 4G mobile broadband connectivity anytime, anyplace – indoors, outdoors, at home or in the office via a common USB interface available on the end user’s laptop, netbook or tablet PC for a plug and play experience with no end user installation required.
  • The LTE USB-lte 7110 is part of Motorola’s portfolio of high-performance broadband wireless solutions and services offering operators a complete end-to-end LTE network solution.
  • Motorola’s LTE solution comprises its fourth-generation Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) broadband platform and a selection of radio options that include multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO) and smart antennas. It also features Motorola’s advanced self-organizing network (SON) solution.
  • LTE’s lower cost per bit makes bandwidth-hungry applications more cost effective for operators.

We have no word from the company yet on the price and availability of this device.

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