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In this thread, I will try to discuss in layman's term the working theory of carrier aggregation which is introduce in LTE-A or LTE advanced protocol.
First, let us define some technical word being used in this thread:
Carrier aggregation is introduced in LTE advanced network with the purpose to increase mobile network data rates, to reduce mobile network latency, and to increase mobile network bandwidth capacity. To better understand this, let's think of a highway with five or more lanes in it and several cars are travelling in its lane. In carrier aggregation a highway could be a component carrier in its speciifc frequency band example FDD 2600MHz, lanes are the band channels and cars are the packets. An LTE-A phone can be connected to PCC and to SCC, booth component carrier is divided into different channels to better handle data packets. If PCC is congested then data packets will be rerouted to SCC in this way data loss will be avoided. The number of downllink and uplink channels in FDD and TDD varries differently thus increasing the downlink data rates from a standard 150Mbps to 300Mbps.
Let's try to read some mobile network notation, example LTE-A 3CA 600Mbps/150Mbps this is read as LTE advanced 3 component carrier aggregation or 1 PCC and 2 SCC with 300Mbps downlink and 50Mbps uplink. This is why it is very important to determine LTE modem specification of every phone to determine if it is capable of a high speed mobile internet.
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