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LAA

Abbreviation for:
left atrial appendage
leukaemia-associated antigen
Local Area Agreement, see there 
local authority association
low attenuation area
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For T-Mobile customers, LTE-U is all goodnessdelivering even more capacity and faster speeds.
The concept behind LTE-U is to allow mobile carriers to use the unlicensed 5GHz band that is currently used by Wi-Fi devices.
LTE-U is an LTE capability that leverages the 5 GHz unlicensed band in combination with licensed spectrum to deliver a performance boost for mobile device users.
The LTE-U solution showcases Carrier Sensing Adaptive Transmission (CSAT) capabilities for coexistence with Wi-Fi in accordance with the latest LTE-U Forum specifications, which have been designed to enable fair sharing of unlicensed spectrum with Wi-Fi.
The Baicells small cell integrates Radisys' TOTALeNodeB software, enhanced with LTE-U functionality, on the Intel Transcede LTE System-on-Chip (SoC) processors, the company added.
LTE-U is a commercially available Ericsson Networks Software capability that enables operators to utilize unlicensed 5 GHz spectrum in combination with their licensed LTE spectrum.
The Qualcomm FSM9955 chipset incorporates sophisticated enhanced Carrier Sensing Adaptive Transmission (eCSAT) features for coexistence with Wi-Fi per the latest LTE-U Forum specifications released last October, designed to enable fair sharing of unlicensed spectrum in both below and above Wi-Fis Energy-Detect (ED) threshold scenarios.
While operators may choose to use a combination of LTE, Wi-Fi and LTE-U moving forward depending on their environment, Radisys addition of LTE-U functionality to its small cell software helps bring the benefits of LTE-U to the market today.
The Snapdragon X16 LTE modem pairs with the new WTR5975 RF transceiver, the worlds first single-chip RF IC supporting Gigabit Class LTE, LTE-U and LAA with 5 GHz unlicensed band support.
LTE-U provides an efficient option for spectrum use by extending the benefits of LTE to unlicensed spectrum, providing a more reliable and predictable performance.
The Snapdragon 820 processor is the first publicly announced processor for use in mobile devices to offer comprehensive LTE-U support when paired with the WTR3950, increasing mobile network capacity and user throughput by aggregating LTE in licensed and unlicensed bands.
The LTE-U Forum -- formed in 2014 by Verizon in cooperation with Alcatel-Lucent; Ericsson; Qualcomm Technologies Inc.