Despite the rapid development of global LTE, the number of global LTE commercial networks reached 16 in 2010, but the current handheld terminal products supporting LTE are still limited. He Hexin believes that LTE terminals require 28-32nm chips, and the most advanced chip technology currently reaches 45nm. Therefore, the development process of chip technology will restrict the commercial use of LTE to some extent. "Moore's Law has been broken, and it is expected that there will be new chip technology in the next ten years," said Wu Hejun.
The strain on spectrum resources is another major factor constraining the commercial use of LTE. At present, the United States has allocated 500 MHz of frequency resources to LTE and fully supports the development of LTE. At home, the current spectrum gap is still evident.
In the end, Wu Hejun pointed out that apart from high-speed Internet access, LTE has not yet been able to provide more value-added services to users, and it needs to continue to explore in the industry. For the current hot 3D mobile phones and augmented reality services, Wu Hexin is more optimistic about augmented reality. Augmented reality (AR), also known as mixed reality. It uses computer technology to apply virtual information to the real world. The real environment and virtual objects are superimposed on the same screen or space in real time. It will be a major direction for mobile applications in the future.
On the 22nd "2011 ICT In-Depth Observation Large-scale Report Meeting", Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering Chung Hee pointed out that LTE development still requires three major shortcomings in customer service: chip, frequency, and content.