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 Post subject: CDMA2000 - Dual Band 450/ 1900 MHz network
Posted: Mon Dec 27, 2004 4:48 am 
 
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Guys, I need some help if any body knows of any network any where in the world where 450/ 1900 MHz bands are simultanaeously being used in the CDMA 2000/ EVDO network. I woud like to get some insight into optimisation issues and prospective optimisation solutions for such a network.

Thanks!!!


 
   
 
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Posted: Fri Jan 07, 2005 10:40 pm 
CDMA 450 is being used in the Eastern Block countries (former USSR). China, KSA, and UAE are also looking into it.
But..... Dual Band 1900 450 in the same network????
Are you looking at this for that silly contract in KSA?
If so, it doesn't exist yet. Phones that are dula band capable are coming soon but.....

I digress go to google and search "CDMA450" have fun




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