CTIA: AT&T readies LTE-U trial by early 2016

AT&T senior executive Tom Keathley said the wireless company would begin trials of LTE-U technology possilby by the end of the year, and no later than early 2016.

Speaking to FierceWireless at the CTIA trade event in Las Vegas, Keathley, AT&T's senior VP of wireless network architecture and design, said the trials will determine if and when AT&T deploys the technology. 

"There will be no devices until early next year anyway," he said, "so the timing is reasonable. 

You can read the full FierceWireless report here.

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