Qualcomm announces RF360, could be the end of LTE woes
LTE: it’s all over the place. It just is. Not in a saturation way, but in a chaotic, crazy, man-someone-should-really-fix-this kind of way. there’s so many different versions in so many different markets, travelling with solid LTE is almost impossible right now.
Now, Qualcomm has announced the RF360, and is making some pretty big claims about it – namely, that it could be the world’s very first LTE-compatible, global front end solution. Qualcomm is saying the solution could be out in the second half of 2013. For full specifics, be sure to hit the source link below.
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