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    Default Samsung LTE Radio - FCC

    Samsung has an LTE radio that has gone through FCC. FCC ID: A3LSMM-2LD0581900

    1.3. INTRODUCTION OF EUT

    "Smart MBS System" is multi-mode base station that will satisfy such needs of mobile telecommunication market by integrating Voice(1X), Data(EVDO), LTE(4G) into a single base station equipment. Smart MBS System mounts common DU(Digital Unit) Platform, and RRH (per each frequency bandwidth) that operator can decide to configure it with either single or multiple mobile technology. Smart MBS System provides CDMA(w/ FDD), LTE(w/FDD), and TD-LTE(w/TDD).
    Smart MBS System supports the following telecommunication technologies.

    - CDMA2000 1X/1X Advanced
    Having CDMA2000 1X as a reference, integrate the system (w/ EVRC-B, RLIC, QOF, New RC
    algorithm) and the terminal(w/ (e)QLIC, MRD, New RC algorithm) to support 1X Advanced. As a
    result, voice capacity enhancement will be provided.
    - CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev.A/Rev.B
    Smart MBS supports CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev.A/Rev.B service and data service of CDMA network.
    - LTE (Long Term Evolution)
    Samsung LTE System is a wireless network system that supports 3GPP LTE(Long Term
    Evolution)(a.k.a. LTE). It improves the existing 3GPP mobile telecommunication system(low data
    throughput, but high in cost) to a next generation wireless network system which provides a high speed
    data service with minimal cost. Samsung LTE System supports "Downlink OFDMA" (Orthogonal
    Frequency Division Multiple Access) with either FDD(Frequency Division Duplex) or TDD(Time
    Division Duplex), "Uplink SC(Single Carrier) FDMA", and "Scalable Bandwidth(for various spectrum allocation)" to provide high speed data service. Also, high-end hardware is implemented to improve system performance and capacity that various high speed data feature/service can be provided.
    Anyone know anything about this stuff?
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    Default Re: Samsung LTE Radio - FCC

    Yes, it is a single radio chip that is capable of all those modes of operation.
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    Default Re: Samsung LTE Radio - FCC

    It's not a radio chip.. it's a base station. ie: a tower system
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    Default Re: Samsung LTE Radio - FCC

    Sprint was suppose to have a new multibase station thing in the works. Everything seems to fit and right in time for their announcement coming October 9th-ish!.

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