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AWS

abbreviation for
(Electronics) automatic warning system: a train safety system which gives audible warnings about the signals being passed, and can apply the brakes automatically if necessary
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Then there is XLTE which is a bandwidth charger with a minimum of double the bandwidth of 4G LTE.
Started in 1991, Bluegrass Cellular offers the latest devices and ultra-fast data speeds through XLTE technology over an expansive 4G LTE network, in addition to its customized integrated business solutions.
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- Supports Verizon's 4GLTE network, and ready for XLTE
ORBCOMM Enterprise Connect is an end-to-end 4G xLTE wireless failover solution for distributed enterprise, financial, hospitality and retail locations that need reliable, high-bandwidth WAN connectivity for M2M and IoT applications.
Verizon rolled out XLTE (LTE Advanced) en masse last year and is continuing to expand this faster, leaner technology to increase its capacity and bandwidth.
According to the company, utilising the ultra-fast 4G XLTE mobile broadband connectivity and advanced u-blox GPS of the F5m, the logistics customer will be able to increase efficiency and productivity of route drivers.
According to Verizon, the Galaxy Note Edge will work on XLTE network.
It operates on both of Verizon's LTE bands, band 4 and band 13, making it compatible with Verizon's XLTE service so users can expect faster peak speeds and greater network capacity in cities coast to coast where XLTE has been rolled out.
[USPRwire, Sun Dec 07 2014] Referred to as Wideband LTE by T-Mobile, branded as XLTE by Verizon, LTE Advanced (LTE-A) is the next major step in the evolution of the Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology.
Verizon is already rolling out an LTE Advanced system under the name "XLTE." (65) Sprint is rolling out "Spark," an LTE Advanced system promising speeds up to 180 Mbps by 2015.
Verizon Wireless' nationwide XLTE coverage, which doubles Verizon Wireless' 4G LTE bandwidth and provides customers with greater peak speeds, was launched in the first half of the year.