Huawei has released new spectrum refarming technology that allows operators to upgrade 2G holdings to 3G even when they have limited spectrum resources.
Challenger telcos, including Three and TalkTalk, are calling on Ofcom to impose a 30 percent cap on spectrum in the UK to help correct the "largest imbalance" in supply in the developed world.
Liberty Global and R&D company CableLabs have become the latest companies to join the MulteFire Alliance.
Spectrum allocation will be vital for the development of 5G, Qualcomm has warned, urging governments to ensure operators can buy chunks of more than 100MHz of contiguous frequency.
Jean-Claude Juncker's state of the union address offered that rarity from a public figure; a mea culpa, an acceptance the European Union had got it wrong, specifically on the rollout of LTE.
UK operator Three is calling for a spectrum cap to be enforced to protect competition across the country.
Telcos including Google, Nokia and Qualcomm have formed an alliance promoting the use of shared 3.5GHz spectrum in the United States.
Vodafone Spain has doubled its 3G UMTS throughput in the 900MHz spectrum with deployment of dual-band High Speed Downlink Packet Access (DB-HSDPA) technology from Huawei.
Outdoor 4G coverage was available to 97.8 percent of UK premises, as of May, according to Ofcom, with a high of 98.8 percent of premises in England and a low of 90.1 percent in Wales.
Europe is lagging behind other regions when it comes to making 700 MHz spectrum available for mobile, risking slower economic growth as a consequence, the GSMA has warned.
It's not often a technology company positions itself as the Switzerland of its sector, but Federated Wireless is doing just that as it strives to serve as the neutral heart of dynamic spectrum sharing.
Progress on harmonising the 700MHz band for mobile usage could help Europe catch up on other continents and avoid mistakes made with 800MHz, the GSMA has claimed.
Orange and SFR could face sanctions from the French regulator Arcep after they failed to meet requirements for rolling out 2G.
UK regulator Ofcom has identified very high frequency bands that can be used for forthcoming Internet of Things applications.
UK regulator Ofcom is proposing consumers and businesses self-install repeaters in a bid to improve indoor coverage.
The British Government has announced plans to uncork fresh spectrum, build a connected and driverless cars centre, and develop its own 5G services as part of its 2016 Budget.
The Global mobile Suppliers Association has formed a global spectrum group (GSG) with a view to taking a more active part in lobbying for spectrum for telcos.
Deutsche Telekom and Inmarsat's planned in-flight broadband network will begin testing this year, with the construction of LTE sites now underway.
French regulator Arcep has launched a new observatory to track network coverage in remote parts of the country, with Bouygues Telecom and SFR in the spotlight.
Western Europe is lagging so far behind the rest of the world when it comes to LTE coverage, that Europeans' chances of connecting to a 4G network are little better than a coin flip, new research has found.
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