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It's here: APX7000LTE

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And no it won't be providing voice over the LTE, at least not in the near-term

The LTE, as explained to me, will be utilized for overhead communications like OTAR and OTAP as long as there is infrastructure to support it.
 

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And no it won't be providing voice over the LTE, at least not in the near-term

The LTE, as explained to me, will be utilized for overhead communications like OTAR and OTAP as long as there is infrastructure to support it.
That is what our FTR said, "but the future upgrade path is for VoLTE"

Then again, most cellular providers have yet to roll out VoLTE and it's 2014.

Yeah, I also remember when the XTS/XTL being "phase 2 upgradable" and we all see how that worked out.

None the less, it's sure will make OTAR, OTAP, SMS and GPS alot easier and take all that overhead off your "slow" Astro 25 CC's.
 
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