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Polish mobile operators apply for narrow protection blocks

Thursday 18 May 2017 | 16:03 CET | News
From April, Polish regulator UKE started running procedures on the award of the so-called protection blocks in the frequency band 1800 MHz to mobile operators, reports Telko.in. These are small spectrum resources used to separate radio blocks of individual operators using GSM technology. LTE networks do not need these any longer. The protection blocks are very narrow - 0.2 MHz - and they cannot be used autonomously. They can only be added to the neighbouring blocks currently used by operators within refarming.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Orange Poland / Polkomtel / T-Mobile Poland
Countries: Poland
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