Orange Poland upgrades CDMA network

Monday 7 November 2011 | 11:25 CET | News
Orange Poland is upgrading its CDMA network in the 450 MHz band, reports Rpkom.pl. The operator is upgrading the network to CDMA EV-DO Rev B, which enables double the data speed, at around 6 Mbps. The increase in speed will be possible when the analogue system NMT 450 is turned off completely. According to the technical specifications for the standard EV-DO B, usually two or three radio channels are used, and a maximum download speed of 14 Mbps can be achieved. Orange relies on CDMA in areas outside the geographical scope of the fixed and 3G networks. At the end of the third quarter it had

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Orange Poland
Countries: Poland
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