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1800 MHz
Apr 13, 2021
by Toby Youell

1800 MHz is the world’s most popular 4G band, especially in Regions 1 and 3 Read more...

L-Band
Apr 13, 2021
by Toby Youell

A number of European Union Member States have now made available the L-Band for mobile. The US has also allowed portions of it to be used for terrestrial mobile. The band is also known as the 1400 MHz or 1500 MHz. Read more...

800 MHz
Apr 07, 2021
by Toby Youell

800 MHz is mostly used in ITU Region 1 for 4G as part of the digital dividend that came from the analogue television switch-off. It has limited use in other regions. Read more...

450 MHz
Mar 10, 2021
by Toby Youell

Although it was one of the pioneer mobile bands, 450 MHz has not been widely used in the past twenty years. However, companies are now seeing potential in using both the 450 MHz and adjacent 400 MHz bands for niche use cases. Read more...

3.3 – 3.8 GHz (2019)
Sep 28, 2018
by Toby Youell

The premier mid-range global 5G band. Many countries plan to assign at least 300 MHz of spectrum in this band for 5G networks. In the short-run, usage is likely to be dominated by 4G for capacity constrained areas or FWA in rural areas. Read more...

L-Band (2019)
Sep 27, 2018
by Toby Youell

Mobile vies with other services to use this 4G/5G band; Europe is studying extending the 40 MHz block that it has already harmonised for this service. Read more...

40 – 50 GHz (2017 entry)
Oct 17, 2017
by Patrick Gahan

7.7 GHz in 40-50 GHz was identified for possible 5G usage at WRC-15 with wide support from both the mobile industry and its traditional foes. With the wide bandwidth available that makes the chosen bands very promising prospects. Industry support is concentrated at the lower end of the band Read more...