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By August 2011, a total of 166 telecom operators worldwide announced that they have begun the deployment of commercial LTE networks, 24 of which had officially kicked off commercial LTE services. The LTE technology features high transmission speed, flexible spectrum applications, and low latency. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=216372&rt=Current-Development-of-Commercial-LTE-Services-and-Voice-over-LTE-Technology.html However, the technology is unable to directly deliver traditional voice… » read more

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About the Report “4G (LTE and WiMAX) Service Revenue/Market Analysis and its Opportunities for Industries” covers the following key points. • Comparison of 1G to 4G Network Technologies • Worldwide 4G subscribers and service revenue • Worldwide regions covered (North America, Europe, Asia, Latin America and MEA) present and Future 4G subscribers and service revenue… » read more

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The Future of 4G Technologies: New opportunities and changing business models for the emergence of LTE and WiMAX Technological innovation, including 3G, improved smartphones and multiplay mobile Internet devices (MIDs), has led to a boom in data usage with data traffic surpassing voice traffic for the first time in December 2009. Having nearly trebled in… » read more

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Bharatbook added a new report on “EBS Substantial Service Good Story Package” which offers a range of “good stories” to enable the EBS license holder to meet substantial service requirements. EBS Substantial Service Good Story Package Educational Broadband Services spectrum license holders must, in order to preserve their licenses, meet “substantial service” guidelines by May… » read more

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3G Licensing in India

Bharatbook added a new report on “3G Licensing in India” which gives the 3G policy and current market scenario of 3G Licensing in India. 3G Licensing in India report ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=135394&rt=3G-Licensing-in-India.html ) assesses that the Indian telecom market is seeing a tremendous change as on one hand operators are anticipating an all out coming price… » read more

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The Obama administration will spend billions of dollars installing new or upgrading existing wireless broadband services for public schools. These provisions are in stark contrast to Federal Communications Commission regulations, which will seize school WiMAX (2.5 GHz Educational Broadband Services) licenses where school districts do not comply with build out requirements for their licenses. This… » read more

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