Posts Tagged ‘base station’

ZTE Expands China’s Wireless Technology Presence To Eastern Europe

China’s ZTE Corporation has signed a contract with Slovak operator SWAN for a nationwide LTE network project. ZTE will exclusively construct a core CS/PS network, and a GSM/LTE mobile communications and value added services network, involving over 1,100 dual-mode GSM/LTE base stations to SWAN. Financial terms of the deal were not released. SWAN was granted […]


CommScope Initiates Technology Patent Lawsuits In Beijing

U.S.-based CommScope Inc. has filed technology patent infringement lawsuits in China and begun legal proceedings in Brazil against Comba Telecom Systems Holdings Ltd. and its affiliates. The legal actions by CommScope, through its Andrew LLC subsidiary, focuses on Comba’s alleged infringement of the company’s patents related to its remote electrical tilt technology for base station […]


Tibet Welcomes First TD-SCDMA Base Station In Lhasa

Communication on China’s new 3G network can now make it to the roof of the world, as China Mobile Tibet branch has announced that its first TD-SCDMA trial base station in Tibet has been opened in Lhasa and the first TD-SCDMA mobile phone call in the history of Tibet was made this week.


China Unicom WCDMA Tender Result Revealed

According to an insider quoted by local Chinese media, the result for China Unicom’s WCDMA tender has been revealed, though the detailed statistics are currently not available.


ZTE Delivers China Telecom’s CDMA Networks In 100 Cities

As one of the providers that had gained the largest share in China Telecom’s first CDMA tender, the Chinese telecommunications equipment maker ZTE has announced that it has delivered the CDMA base stations in 100 Chinese cities of 24 provinces to China Telecom, including those in Chengdu, Chongqing, Fuzhou, Quanzhou, Shijiazhuang and Sanya.


Huawei Delivers China Telecom’s CDMA Networks In 30 Cities

Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei has delivered the CDMA networks in 30 major Chinese cities, including Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xi’an, Suzhou, Ningbo, Tianjin and Urumqi, to China Telecom.


China Mobile Will Invest CNY58.8 Billion In 3G In 2009

China Mobile (CHL) has unveiled its TD-SCDMA network development plan for 2009, which says the company will invest CNY58.8 billion to complete network coverage of 238 prefecture-level cities in China.


China Approves Issuance Of 3G Licenses

China’s State Council has announced that it approves China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology to start the issuing of 3G licenses and it will continue to support the development and promotion of the Chinese-made TD-SCDMA wireless technology.


Every Two Persons Has One Phone In Tibet

According to just-released statistics from the Bureau of Statistics of Tibet, by 2007 the number of fixed-line and mobile phone users in Tibet had reached 1.443 million, which means every two persons in Tibet had one phone.


Alcatel-Lucent Gains USD230 Million CDMA Contract From China Telecom

Alcatel-Lucent announced that the company has signed a USD230 million mobile communications network equipment and service contract with China Telecom to provide end-to-end communications solution for the Chinese telecom operator to upgrade the capacity and coverage of its CDMA voice and data networks.