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Vodafone promises better coverage in border areas
Vodafone promises that the coverage of its network in border areas will improve the next time. The provider has a pilot held, with Vodafone individually adjusting the masts and so-called small cell sets to improve coverage.
Vodafone kept the pilot in an unnamed border but want the way as the cover says it has improved in all border areas to apply, said “main network” Matthias Sauder during a press conference on Vodafone’s headquarters in Amsterdam.
The provider says the coverage in border areas by improving the ability of the base stations and the angle of the mast emits adapt. Also places the provider called small cells in the border area. These are small towers about the size of a set-top box with a range of several hundred meters.
Coverage in border areas is important for a group of Dutch. By regulation may towers in border areas not transmit at the same power as masts further inland because they would otherwise interfere networks abroad.
Sauder also said that Vodafone, KPN as the maximum speed of 4G will further screwed by carrier aggregation to extend the application deadline at 2.6GHz. In addition, Vodafone confirmed that “in the race” to the NS wifi in the trains to go after and at the station.Viewing:-129
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