China Mobile in collaboration with Nokia Siemens Networks conducts a live demonstration of Video Downlink

World’s first ever D-LTE Femtocells demonstration was conducted by Nokia Siemens Networks and China Mobile Communications Corporation this month.

"User habits indicate that the majority of mobile broadband capacity will be consumed inside homes and offices where coverage is typically lower than outdoor spaces," said Huang Xiaoqing, General Manager of China Mobile Research Institute. "Miniature wireless base stations like Femtocells can improve the indoor service experience of our customers. Furthermore, TD-LTE Femtocells can fully leverage the advantages of TDD frequency, provide a fast and flexible indoor coverage solution and effectively manage network capacity and cost."


Live video downlink streaming was demonstrated by Nokia Siemens in the famous China Mobile's Research Institute laboratory. The demonstration showed an increased xDSL speed through residential broadband connection.

"LTE is around the corner and we are doing everything to ensure its rapid deployment in networks around the world," said Stephan Scholz, CTO at Nokia Siemens Networks. "This demo - the world's first -highlights our innovative research leadership in LTE."

Nokia Siemens is further planning to expand its R&D infrastructure in China. This will boost the commercialization of TD-LTE.


A latest research by AMR states that that femto cell technology market can touch of $3,712 million by 2020. If this is true, many investors have a golden opportunity to invest and earn a high rate of return.

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