—In this paper, the devices test and trial results of the performance of Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) with Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology on 2300 MHz in the dense-urban environment are described and analyzed. The performance of this test is explained by downlink and uplink throughput results via video streaming, FTP server transferring, web browsing, VOIP and online gaming. The test results of this trial will help operators to gain more experience to implement BWA technology and utilize communication devices effectively. Moreover, the performance analysis of the devices test and field trial will support the NBTC as the regulator to regulate BWA services properly and effectively.
—BWA, LTE, field trial, performance, dense-urban, 2300MHz.
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Cite:Settapong Malisuwan, Jesada Sivarak, Navneet Madan, Nattakit Suriyakrai, and Peerawat Promkladpanao, "Field Trial of BWA-LTE on 2300 MHz in Dense-Urban Environment," Journal of Advances in Computer Networks vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 178-181, 2014.