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T-Mobile is in the Netherlands 4G masts bets on 5 GHz Wi-Fi band
T-Mobile’s 4G use the 5 GHz band, which many Dutch are sitting their Wi-Fi networks. This confirms the provider opposite Tweakers. The provider wants to use the technology from the end of this year or early next year.
According to T-Mobile users will have little trouble 4G masts on the Wi-Fi frequencies because 4g a “friendly neighbor” for Wi-Fi networks than any other Wi-Fi network. “From Wi-Fi networks is well known that the delivered rates go down if there are multiple access points to operate together in the neighborhood,” said spokeswoman Kathleen Shed against Tweakers. “As a part of it, laa technique (4g wifi frequencies, ed.) Works, the performance of both the laa connection if the Wi-Fi users clear up. The deployment of laa thereby improving the overall spectrum efficiency on that frequency band . ”
On Friday, a group of providers and 3GPP umbrella during a meeting in Gothenburg, Sweden established the specifications for ‘LTE Release 13, “where laa part. 3GPP mentions that “LTE-advanced pro. Now hardware vendors and providers to work on making the necessary hardware and implement the technology.
T-Mobile will deploy 4G on Wi-Fi frequencies in small cells, small cell towers in crowded areas. Smartphones now support laa yet, but the chances are that it will provide support future models for this technique.
Other providers in the UK have not yet confirmed to deploy 4G on Wi-Fi frequencies, although some providers have refrained so far from a response to questions from Tweakers on this topic. Vodafone tested technology already. Tweakers discusses an extensive backstory LTE advanced pro and the consequences of using 4G in the 5 GHz band.Viewing:-137
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