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What is the difference between FDD LTE Networks and TDD LTE Networks?

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J. Pollock

J. Pollock

J. Pollock
J. Pollock, Science Professor, Los Angeles

Answered Aug 06, 2019

Bandwidth is a term that has become popular because people have realized that they have trouble using their computer if they don’t have enough bandwidth. Two networks geared toward broadband are the FDD LTE and the TDD LTE networks. When it comes to needing a paired spectrum, FDD LTE needs this, but TDD LTE does not. This is because the TDD LTE uses the same channel, unlike the FDD LTE, which uses various frequencies. FDD LTE is more expensive, and TDD LTE is cheaper.

Bandwidth is a term that has become popular because people have realized that they have trouble
Changes are more difficult to make with FDD LTE compared to TDD LTE. That is because the TDD LTE can change the uplink and downlink capacity ratio. There is some interference in TDD LTE but not with FDD LTE.

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