Difference between revisions of "Talk:Spectrum Allocation by Country"
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(Undo revision 69488 by Dl958 and that's good for him but i'm describing what your doing. I have not accepted your suggestions as they are wrong and instead of leaving the issue alone you are constanly coming back to this page and basically crying like a little girl who cannot get her way. What else do you want me to say. You have said as Dv42 that you're working on another page so i suggest you keep editing there and leave this one to me and the others.)
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(Repeating over and over that I'm wrong doesn't actually make me wrong. I can see you're very emotional, but nothing I said has been incorrect, and I provided sources for everything I said. Again, no idea who "Dv42" is.)
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Revision as of 01:21, 2 December 2021
I see that another user asked for a list of inaccuracies on this page. A few that I noticed:
- China Mobile never used UMTS/HSPA. TD-SCDMA is a separate standard, and is not the same thing as TD-HSDPA or UMTS. They created TD-SCDMA in the first place because they didn't want to pay licensing fees for UMTS/HSPA.
- China Mobile shut down their TD-SCDMA network a few years ago, around the end of 2019.
- 5G band n258 is 24GHz, not 26GHz. Source from T-Mobile here.
- "CBN" is not a wireless carrier in China. They own the 700MHz spectrum, which they're allowing China Mobile to use for 5G service. The network is operated by China Mobile.
A few questions I had:
- Why is Cellular (CLR) referred to as 850MHz when it's used for LTE/5G, and 800MHz when it's used for CDMA? It's exactly the same frequencies. Seems inconsistent and will confuse people.
- Why is 2.5GHz referred to as 2.5GHz when used in the US and China, but "2.6GHz IMT-E" when used by other countries? The frequencies are the same. The Canadian government refers to the spectrum as 2.5GHz BRS. There's no difference in frequency between band 7 and band 41. The only difference is that one is FDD and one is TDD.
- Bell/Telus in Canada share a single RAN and all of their spectrum. It's fairly redundant to list them separately, since they operate as one shared network with exactly the same coverage and spectrum.