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Qualcomm Says First MulteFire Connection a Success

Qualcomm today said it made the world's first over-the-air connection using MulteFire. MulteFire is a new, more advanced version of LTE that uses a technology called listen-before-talk (LBT) to operate on unlicensed spectrum. MulteFire is based on the 3GPP Licensed Assisted Access standard. The LBT technology within MulteFire is vital to ensure there's little or no interference with other equipment that operates on unlicensed spectrum.
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