A Visual Guide to AWS
Spectrum Allocation chart from the article
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I own the past 3 editions... 1990, 199...
So is that why...
In other words - in the chart above - phones "listen" on the blue bands, and "talk" on the green bands. Vice-versa for towers (which in industry lingo are called "base stations".)
I am talking to someone on my phone on the 850 band when static starts to come in the listening end, yet when I speak the other party hears me fine.
Is that because my voice is being transmitted in the lower half of 850, therefore able to punch through buildings and go further, but the tower signal, coming on the top half of 850 can't quite connect as well?
Am I putting 2 and 2 together properly, or does the difference of 5-10 MHz not matter nearly that much?
I think it's more just that the send and receive bands are separate, so if there's interference or someth...
In T-Mobile's recent 3G announcement, they claim the AWS spectrum they bought is unfortunately "a few megahertz off from the UMTS 2100 used elsewhere, meaning exis...
"a few megahertz off from the UMTS 2100 used elsewhere" isn't really accurate. Th...
So, i guess what im asking is it ALL OF BOTH OR NOTHING...
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SUPER article. Thanks Phonescoop!
Will VZW expand into new areas now?
If so, this would be a great advantage to many people, including more choices for consumers.
Cricket and UScellular "just playing by the rules"
anywho, wasn't the FCC trying to discourage this by getting rid of blind bidding? Barat and that other co. just seem like corporate puppets.
Yes, the FCC did try reduce the amount of such shenanigans in this auction, and it is in fact much better than some previous auctions.
Without being an ...
AWS causing mergers?