Wireless IoT Forum says IoT will require more bandwidth

Tuesday 6 October 2015 | 11:35 CET | News
The Wireless IoT Forum is calling on national telecom regulators such as Ofcom and the FCC to dedicate bandwidth to ensure the monetization and long-term sustainability of IoT networks and services. The Forum said that available bands currently do not meet the needs of large-scale IoT deployment, constrained by power restrictions, interference levels and regulatory factors. For example, problems can arise because all traffic on an IoT network goes through a small number of base stations or network relay points, all subject to the same regulatory constraints as any other device operating in

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: FCC / National Telecom / Ofcom
Countries: World
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