Webinar: LTE Carrier Aggregation and Enabling Mobile Device ICs

With the emergence of LTE Carrier Aggregation (LTE CA), the design of LTE devices is increasing in complexity as they are required to support various LTE network implementations over numerous spectrum bands and band combinations.

The aim of this webinar is to assess market dynamics as the technology moves from LTE Classic to LTE CA. It will elaborate on the complexity of LTE CA device ICs, mainly these related to the device baseband, radio transmission, and RF upfront components. The webinar will also evaluate market opportunities for various device baseband categories supporting different LTE carrier combinations and bandwidth ranges.

  • Agenda

Tables

  1. LTE Fragmentation and Regional Disparities
  2. Shipments of LTE Mobile Baseband Chips by Category

Charts

  1. Global Mobile Subscriptions: LTE vs. non-LTE, 2010 to 2019
  2. Early Years of LTE Services as Compared to 3G
  3. LTE Penetration by Region, 2014
  4. Commercial Frequency Bands as of 2014
  5. RF/Baseband Area Ratio Across Various Network Generations
  6. LTE Power Efficiency by Carrier Aggregation Type
  7. Shipments of Mobile Baseband Chips: LTE Classic vs. LTE CA
  8. Shipments of LTE Mobile Baseband Chips by Category, 2013 to 2019
  9. FDD LTE Mobile Baseband Chips by Category, 2014 to 2019
  10. TDD LTE Mobile Baseband Chips by Category, 2014 to 2019

Figures

  1. Impact of Fragmentation on Mobile Devices and Chips
  2. Signal Transmission: LTE Classic vs. LTE CA
  3. LTE Carrier Aggregation: Trends of Various Combinations
  4. LTE CA, Increasing Complexity of RF Designs

Research Information

Publish Date
3Q 2014
Code
PT-1141
Research Type
Regulatory Analysis Report
Pages
19