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Spectrum allocation in LatAm doesn't support 'basic' 3G or LTE … – RCR Wireless News

The International Telecommunication Union, a global telecom standards body, recommends that all nations allocate 1960 megahertz of radio spectrum by 2020; 35% of that total is needed to support “basic levels of service quality” for 3G and LTE services. Of 18 Latin American countries surveyed by trade group 5G Americas, none of have allocated 35% of the recommended spectrum, with ... Read More »

Spectrum allocation in LatAm doesn't support 'basic' 3G or LTE services – RCR Wireless News

The International Telecommunication Union, a global telecom standards body, recommends that all nations allocate 1960 megahertz of radio spectrum by 2020; 35% of that total is needed to support “basic levels of service quality” for 3G and LTE services. Of 18 Latin American countries surveyed by trade group 5G Americas, none of have allocated 35% of the recommended spectrum, with ... Read More »

Sprint to Keynote at Light Reading's LTE Advanced Pro Breakfast at … – Light Reading

<!– –> 6/20/2017 50% 50% NEW YORK, NY — Industry thought leaders will discuss and debate the impact of LTE-A Pro, Gigabit LTE and 5G on the wireless industry at Light Reading’s (www.lightreading.com) “LTE Advanced Pro and Gigabit LTE: The Path to 5G” breakfast workshop set for the morning of September 13 at Mobile World Congress Americas (https://tmt.knect365.com/ltepro). Held at ... Read More »

A Peek Inside T-Mobile's Massive LTE Growth – PCMag

T-Mobile’s tight second-place finish in our 2017 Fastest Mobile Networks test caps several years of incredible network growth for the No. 3 US carrier. For the past seven years, we’ve been driving around the US testing 3G and 4G wireless networks, collecting speed data and tracking coverage during our drives. We can only test the areas our drivers cover, but ... Read More »

AT&T offers state governments its emergency LTE network – Engadget – Engadget

Getty Images/iStockphoto FirstNet’s priority LTE network for first responders is a long time coming. Now that its deal with AT&T means the project is finally moving forward, some states’ firemen and EMTs might have a dedicated network for communication very, very soon. The partners have begun presenting US states and territories with individual State Plans detailing what they’ll get. Each ... Read More »

Sprint hints at speeds up to 6 Gbps over LTE – FierceWireless

The race to gigabit LTE is on, but Sprint is already talking about speeds as much as six times faster. As FierceWirelessTech reported this morning, Sprint and Samsung reported achieving peak speeds of 330 Mbps per channel using a 20 MHz channel at 2.5 GHz during a recent test in South Korea. The test represented a real-world application of the ... Read More »

Sprint to Keynote at Light Reading's LTE Advanced Pro Breakfast at Mobile World Congress Americas – Light Reading

<!– –> 6/20/2017 50% 50% NEW YORK, NY — Industry thought leaders will discuss and debate the impact of LTE-A Pro, Gigabit LTE and 5G on the wireless industry at Light Reading’s (www.lightreading.com) “LTE Advanced Pro and Gigabit LTE: The Path to 5G” breakfast workshop set for the morning of September 13 at Mobile World Congress Americas (https://tmt.knect365.com/ltepro). Held at ... Read More »