For people who are familiar with our trainings, we divide the spectrum into three layers, the coverage layer, the capacity layer and the high-throughput layer. 700 MHz is the most popular coverage layer spectrum worldwide.
The slide above from the webinar talks of the recent Austrian 5G Spectrum auction that we blogged about. See tweet below for details
Operator Watch Blog: Austria Gets New 5G Spectrum – https://t.co/jN3sdIeci8 featuring tweets from @JimStLeger @tefficient #3G4G5G #OperatorWatch #Spectrum #4G #5G #Austria #Europe #RTR #H3A #Drei #TMobile #TMA #A1 pic.twitter.com/FAPAZsIGnl
— 3G4G (@3g4gUK) October 3, 2020
In the webinar, slides and video embedded below, Radio Design’s founder – Eric Hawthorn – kicks things off by analysing the benefits of deploying the 700 MHz band in the real world, before passing over to Global Engineering Director – Steve Shaw – who explores some of the technical problems which can arise, as well as some of the solutions. Last but not least, COO and co-owner of Keima – Iris Barcia – provides her insight into the benefits of deploying the 700 MHz band.
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