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Sprint to Launch Tri-Band LTE Devices This Summer

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May 21, 2013, 10:27 AM

Homeless people rejoyce

2.5Ghz to offer High speed data to densely populated areas? I am gonig to assume they mean tent cities / public parks with lots of homeless people, because unless you are outside, that spectrum doesn't penetrate. Anything. Toilet paper can effectively block that frequency.

The problem with Clearwire's deployment was site density. With Network Vision, Sprint will have the ability to put 2.5GHz on every Sprint cell site, not to mention the possibility of small cells.

If you think the Clearwire spectrum is so...
What that means is this the phones will have a triband radio towers mostly have all been upgraded to Multimode towers. What this will do is the phone and the tower will be communicating continuously and the tower will distribute the appropriate signal...
There are pros and cons to the 2500 Mhz that Sprint/Clearwire have allocated for 4G. Building penetration is a con but to say toilet paper blocks the frequency transmission is obviously a facetious statement but also somewhat incorrect in the assumpti...
That's why they're doing all three bands. If you're in a city - where most networks deal with congestion issues - then the devices will use 2500 when they get a good signal, and fall back to other bands when 2500 is weak. Sprint is adding 800 to the m...
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