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In today's 'Tech Class' we will take you through Network Bands.
In telecommunication, a band - sometimes called a frequency band - is a specific range of frequencies in the radio frequency (RF) spectrum, which is divided among ranges from very low frequencies (VLF) to extremely high frequencies (EHF). Each band has a defined by upper and lower frequency limit. Network bands are a specific range of frequencies in a spectrum. Spectrum is Government's property and it is leased by carriers for fixed amount of time. Government agencies allocate spectrum in auctions to various network carriers.
In India, Telecom Regularity Authority of India is responsible for spectrum allocations. They allocate spectrum to the various network operators in India who participated in the auction
So before discussing various bands let us know about some technical terms
What is Spectrum?
Spectrum is a collection of various types of electromagnetic radiations of different wavelengths. In simplified words, Spectrum is airwaves on which signals of network carrier travels.
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Bands, Frequency Ranges, and Allocations
What is LTE ,GSM, HSPA,CDMA?
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Network Bands Used in India
In the various network bands the latest technology in 4G with LTE which is only in service by Reliance JIO. CDMA can be used for calling purpose in low-frequency spectrum while 3G can be used for data as well as voice purpose.
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