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Huawei LTE Planning

Huawei LTE Planning

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With the gradual migration of WiMAX network to LTE TDD worldwide, there will be medium term need for the co-

location of the two technologies. Two implementation examples (at 2.5GHz) shown below are based on actual feld

measurement results and is in close (though not 100% similar) agreement with the theoretical data.

The frst example displayed the antenna separation required when the two technologies are sharing the same site

so only antenna isolation separation is required. The 2nd example shows the isolation requirement when the 2

technologies are located at different sites and a physical distance separation is required. In both examples, it is also

clear that a wider guard band between the 2 technologies will reduce the isolation requirement in antenna or site

spacing.

In general, it is recommended to synchronize both WiMAX and LTE TDD to remove the guard band requirement.

Figure 5-22 Beneft of WiMAX and LTE TDD Synchronization

WiMAX & LTE TDD Synchronization Scenario

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Figure 5-23 Antenna Isolation due to LTE TDD and WiMAX Co-location

WiMAX & LTE-TDD Co-site and Un-Synchronized

Figure 5-24 Physical Separation due to LTE TDD and WiMAX Co-existence but not co-located

WiMAX & LTE-TDD: Non Co-Site + Un-Synchronized

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