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Sprint, Dish will get AWS-4, H Block rules this month Read more: Genachowski: Sprint, Dish will get AWS-4, H Block rules this month - FierceBroadbandWireless http://www.fiercebroadbandwireless.com/story/genachowski-sprint-dish-will-get-aws-4-h-block


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Does this mean the Sprint is trying to use the 1900mhz frequency for AWS spectrum deploying future LTE Advance in this spectrum. If so how much stronger would this be over current LTE signal strenth

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Does this mean the Sprint is trying to use the 1900mhz frequency for AWS spectrum deploying future LTE Advance in this spectrum. If so how much stronger would this be over current LTE signal strenth

 

What? 1900MHz is PCS. Sprint hopes to win the auction and license the PCS H block. Once a new band class is approved including PCS H block, Sprint would likely deploy LTE in it if they won the auction. LTE Advanced is currently in development, with no plans on deploying it until power consumption drops for handsets using LTE-A. PCS H Block would be about equal to, but slightly weaker than PCS G Block propigation.

 

This topic has several existing threads debating the H Block and Dish's AWS spectrum. Please utilize one of those for further discussion.

 

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