Abbreviated name for Long-Term Evolution Advanced. An extension of the international standard LTE, with high-level compatibility with LTE.
 Coordinated multi-point transmission
A feature used in LTE-Advanced in which multiple neighboring base stations coordinate to transmit to a mobile handset.
 Fast-calculation algorithm
A method for rapidly calculating user communications speeds by solving an optimization problem for a given set of terms.
Fifth-generation mobile-network standard, the successor to LTE-Advanced.
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Date: 11 November, 2014
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