ZTE has launched TD-LTE/EDGE multimode WiFi hotspot, the ZTE MF91T, at the
GSMA/GTI Mobile Asia Congress and Exhibition in Hong Kong.
ZTE’s MF91T is a uFi product that gives WiFi-connected users high-speed mobile
broadband access over TD-LTE and EDGE networks.
Customized for China Mobile’s frequency ranges, the MF91T covers LTE in the TDD
2.3-2.6 GHz range and EDGE in the 900 and 1800 MHz ranges. It supports 802.11
b/g/n WiFi for up to 10 WiFi terminals access.
The cell capacity is up to 2300 mAh, ensuring an operating time of up to six
hours. The MF91T has a 1.4 inch OLED screen, and can display network signal
intensity, cell capacity, network SSID and other information. The device can be
managed via WebGUI interface technology, enabling rapid remote configuration
using standard web browsers.
The ZTE MF91T will give users a faster, simpler experience for both mobile and
fixed devices, making it a must-have piece of data connection equipment for
SOHO, family and personal users and an attractive substitute for data cards in
the 4G age,” said Zhu Dongtang, president of Mobile Broadband Device Product
ZTE spent significant R&D resources on multi-network integration and
multimode product development.
Using Qualcomm’s multimode chip platform, LTE terminal products give operators
around the world the flexibility to provide customers with the right solution
for their networks, including combinations of 2G, 3G or 4G communications
systems and different frequency ranges.
Following the award of a commercial contract for the world’s first TDD/FDD
terminal product by Hi3G, and the release of the world’s first TDD multimode
dual-standby cell phone for Shenzhen
Universiade, ZTE’s MF91T introduces
another new LTE terminal product, further accelerating the global
commercialization of the TD-LTE eco-system.
By Telecomlead.com Team