New Amsterdam metro line to get 4G coverage

Friday 8 August 2014 | 10:28 CET | News
The new North-South metro line in Amsterdam will have 4G mobile coverage. It will use the so-called leaky cables technology, where part of the signal is 'leaked' over the length of the cable and then picked up by signal boosters. According to the Metro Service, responsible for the construction of the line, the mobile operators will jointly fund the costs of the network. No Wi-Fi will be available along the line, as the train carriages do not have hotspots and the service could not find an investor for the service. 3G services also will not be possible, due to the smaller diameter of the

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Countries: Netherlands
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