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Unlicensed LTE Explained

As demands for data traffic continues to grow, wireless providers have responded by making adjustments to their LTE technology.

By now, you’ve probably read through Mary Meeker’s 2017 Internet Trends report and confirmed that mobile is still eating the world. Mobile internet usage is growing steadily with average US adults spending 3 hours per day on the internet via mobile devices. As demands for data traffic continues to grow, wireless providers have responded by making adjustments to their LTE technology. If you own one of the newer phones equipped with Qualcomm’s X16 LTE modem (e.g. Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, LG V20, Pixel), your phone may soon run on a new technology called LTE-U or LTE Unlicensed.

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Leverege is an IoT Solution provider on a mission to enable and accelerate the digital transformation of all organizations by making IoT Solutions as easy to build, buy, implement, and use as web applications today.