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What is the future of LTE?

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When WiMax was there everyone was talking about the WiMax, now LTE in future may be 5G. What if 5G comes before LTE takes over the market. Is there a market risk with LTE in this way?

posted Jun 27, 2013 by anonymous

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At least in India LTE is not going to be a hit, that seems to be the trend. Number of 4G subscriber for the Airtel is still less then 20K (source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bharti_Airtel) and there is already a price war started in the data space.
Now coming to the main point if there a market risk with OFDMA then answer is yes, before the critical mass is achieved if any new technology comes then OFDMA can be a old story. But EPC will remain as most of the infrastructure part will be reused whatever technology come.

answer Jun 28, 2013 by Salil Agrawal
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