What is LTE (long term evolution)?

Long-Term Evolution is a norm for 4G wireless innovation. LTE provides higher peak information transfer rates. It expands the limit and speed utilizing an alternate radio interface along with core network enhancements. LTE was first introduced in 2004 by Japan’s NTT Docomo. The LTE gives downlink peak rates of 300 Mbit/s, uplink peak rates of 75 Mbit/s and QoS provisions allowing a transfer latency of less than 5 ms in the radio access network. LTE can oversee fast-moving mobiles and supports multicast and broadcast streams.