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How LTE Changes Mobility
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4/2/2012 | 9:43:02 PM
re: How LTE Changes Mobility
LTE is still in its infancy.

Later down the track there'll be chips that use a lot less power, and chips that can handle the worldwide frequencies that are used to broadcast LTE (U.S. uses 700MHz, many other countries use 1800MHz and other variations).
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4/2/2012 | 6:13:43 PM
re: How LTE Changes Mobility
Didn't download the issue, but here are some questions:
1. Are Verizon and AT&T's LTE compatible? If not, they should have been required to be. If you decide you want to change providers because of performance, support, etc... you should not have to throw away hardware.
2. Does LTE provide Spectrum/Bandwidth in-addition to already existing 3G or does the provider (AT&T/Verizon) have to take away Spectrum/Bandwidth from 3G to implement LTE?


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