Tuesday, 19 February 2019

Ofcom talks up spectral efficiency benefits of LTE

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Thursday 12 May 11

Early '4G' technologies alone will not meet data demand, U.K. regulator notes; more spectrum, small cells will also be key.

The first generation of LTE networks in the U.K. will be 3.3 times more spectrally efficient than standard 3G networks, providing extra capacity that will be essential to meet increasing demand for mobile data, regulator Ofcom reported on Thursday. However, the U.K. regulator admitted that increased spectral efficiency alone will not be enough…

The first generation of LTE networks in the U.K. will be 3.3 times more spectrally efficient than standard 3G networks, providing extra capacity that will be essential to meet increasing demand for mobile data, regulator Ofcom reported on Thursday. However, the U.K. regulator admitted that increased spectral efficiency alone will not be enough…

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