Articles tagged with: 3G License and Lte

Dtac to Reach 5,000 3G Base Stations by End of This Year

Thailand's Dtac has announced that it will be expanding its 3G network with the addition of a further 3,000 base stations by the end of this year. more

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India Mulling LTE Spectrum Auction

Although India is still in the middle of its 3G license auction, the country's government is already looking forward to selling off radio spectrum for LTE networks. more

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Legal Action Could Delay UK's LTE Spectrum Auction

The threat of legal action could delay the UK's planned radio spectrum auction next year which is aiming to release capacity for LTE networks, reports the Financial Times.  more

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Qualcomm Seeking to Bid in India's BWA Spectrum Auction

Qualcomm is reported to be preparing to bid for BWA radio spectrum in India in a move to push LTE services at a time when 3G networks will only just be starting their own deployment.  more

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China Mobile Full-Year Profits Up 30 Percent

China Mobile has reported an 29.6 percent rise in its full-year earnings to reach $16.53 billion, but warned that profits growth slowed in the final quarter, more

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Wireless Infrastructure Vendors Hunkering Down for a Tough 2009

Radio Access Network equipment expenditure is expected to contract by 6% as wireless infrastructure vendors brace for a stormy year. The latest market data from ABI Research pegs infrastructure spending at about $49 billion in 2009. more

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France to Award Additional 3G Radio Spectrum

The French government has decided not to have another go at awarding a fourth conventional 3G license, and will instead split the block of frequencies into three lots of 5 megahertz, with one reserved for a new operator. more

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Palestinian Phone Network Affected by Shelling of Telecoms Exchange

Paltel, the mobile phone network covering the Palestinian Territories has reported that its network has been badly disrupted by the ongoing military action by Israel in the Gaza Strip. more

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Ericsson Q2 Profits Plunge 70%

Ericsson has reported that its second-quarter profit fell 70 percent because of costs to cut jobs and falling sales of phones made by its Sony Ericsson joint venture.  more

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LTE Subscribers: From Zero to 32 Million in Three Years

Despite the fact that no LTE (Long Term Evolution) network is expected to be commercial before 2010, a new study from ABI Research forecasts that by 2013, there will be more than 32 million subscribers using LTE networks. more

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