UK regulator Ofcom has revealed plans to extend its support to the Internet of Things (IoT) to help facilitate the take-off of the technology in the United Kingdom.
Any 700MHz spectrum freed in Finland should be split equally between 4G operators building 800MHz LTE networks, according to a new report.
ZTE claims to have set a new capacity record in a pre-commercial trial of “pre-5G” massive multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) technology.
ETSI has begun work on a set of five specifications for millimetre wave transmission (mWT) technology.
Wi-Fi, spectrum sharing and dynamic spectrum access are all vital to meet booming data demands, the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance has claimed.
The European Commission is seeking views on the future of 700MHz spectrum about whether it should be exclusively used by the mobile industry or shared with terrestrial broadcasters.
Finnish data operator Ukko Networks has hit speeds of more than 507Mbps during a TDD LTE-A trial held at their Helsinki Labs with Huawei.
Ericsson is aiming to boost indoor coverage with the help of new technology using a mix of licenced and unlicenced spectrum as well as small cells.
Innovations around tri-band carrier aggregation, including its first commercial launch, were among the Christmas/ New Year news.
Nokia and Saudi-Arabian operator STC have conducted the first trial of TDD/FDD carrier aggregation in the region using a commercial chipset.
Orange and Ericsson have completed a live test of LTE-Advanced FDD carrier aggregation using the 3.5GHz frequency band.
Nokia Networks has hit data speeds of 4.1Gbps using LTE TDD/ FDD carrier aggregation in a trial with China Mobile and Ooredoo Qatar.
Almost 150 years ago, the International Telecommunications Union was formed after years of discussions about standards and barriers to entry, showing the same debates that dominate the industry today existed in the time of steam.
Plans for "national roaming" across the UK could help criminals, is too expensive and complex to implement, the GSMA has said.
Operators need to focus on sub-2GHz spectrum rather than look to the higher bands for forthcoming 5G technology, the CTO of Tele2 has warned, but a senior Huawei executive said high frequency spectrum was essential to meet capacity problems.
Mobile operators in the UK will be able to deploy networks on the 700MHz frequency band after Ofcom announced plans to free up some of the airwaves currently used by digital television and wireless microphone services.
Alcatel-Lucent is bringing LTE connectivity to Norway on the 450MHz band, as part of a pan-Scandinavia project with AINMT Holdings.
Ofcom will hold an auction of spectrum in the “very high capacity” 2.3GHz and 3.4GHz frequency bands to meet the growing demands of mobile broadband services in the UK.
Operators and vendors are a pessimistic bunch when you speak to them about data growth. While it has been a boon for their industries, the downside is looming: the dreaded capacity crunch. Soaring video consumption and social networking on ever more affordable smart devices could lead to the day where everything freezes up.
UK MVNO 24 Seven has released a SIM-based solution that enables national roaming, as the debate around government plans to introduce the service rages on.
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