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WTTx MU-MIMO (FDD)

Created: Mar 29, 2020 05:21:05Latest reply: Mar 29, 2020 05:47:49 72 2 0 0
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Anyone can explain WTTx MU-MIMO feature parameter description?

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Admin Created Mar 29, 2020 05:47:49 Helpful(1) Helpful(1)

Hello, Unicef.
WTTx stands for wireless to the x. A WTTx UE is a piece of indoor or outdoor customer-premises equipment (CPE) that provides end-users with wireless access through Wi-Fi or
wired access to a local area network. For details about WTTx, see WTTx Overview.
WTTx multi-user multiple-input multiple-output (MU-MIMO) allows simultaneous downlink
transmissions towards paired CPEs that support 4-layer transmissions in transmission mode 9
(TM9), thereby improving the average spectral efficiency. This function applies to line-of-sight (LOS) scenarios where most of the services are continuous data transmissions such as file
download and high definition (HD) video. For example, this function can be used in suburban
areas where heavy network load leads to strong inter-cell interference and rank 2
transmissions are performed for a high proportion of CPEs that are fixedly deployed outdoors.
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BetterMing Admin Created Mar 29, 2020 05:39:03 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

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BetterMing
BetterMing Admin Created Mar 29, 2020 05:47:49 Helpful(1) Helpful(1)

Hello, Unicef.
WTTx stands for wireless to the x. A WTTx UE is a piece of indoor or outdoor customer-premises equipment (CPE) that provides end-users with wireless access through Wi-Fi or
wired access to a local area network. For details about WTTx, see WTTx Overview.
WTTx multi-user multiple-input multiple-output (MU-MIMO) allows simultaneous downlink
transmissions towards paired CPEs that support 4-layer transmissions in transmission mode 9
(TM9), thereby improving the average spectral efficiency. This function applies to line-of-sight (LOS) scenarios where most of the services are continuous data transmissions such as file
download and high definition (HD) video. For example, this function can be used in suburban
areas where heavy network load leads to strong inter-cell interference and rank 2
transmissions are performed for a high proportion of CPEs that are fixedly deployed outdoors.
Thanks!
View more
  • x
  • convention:

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