Vodafone breaks own speed record: Operator overlooks mobile network up to 772 Mbps

Vodafone breaks own speed record: Operator overlooks mobile network up to 772 Mbps

Vodafone The network overclocked to a record high speed of 772 Mbps

Vodafone breaks own speed record On September 26, Vodafone and Nokia successfully tested the network in a fundamentally new way. Engineers successfully assembled four carrier frequencies: LTE1800 20Mhz 4×4 + LTE2100 10Mhz 4×4 + LTE2600 10Mhz 4×4 + LTE900 5Mhz 2×2.

A new speed was recorded as a result of the experiment – at a commercial base station located on the operator’s technical site, a maximum speed of 772 Mbps was achieved.

Experiments have shown that the potential of LTE technology lies not only in the development of new frequency ranges, but also in the use of existing frequency resources by mobile operators.

Vodafone continues to actively manufacture and implement new technologies in the Ukraine network, offering a new level of subscriber services and services. In May this year, Vodafone had already set a speed record with devices up to 733 Mbps on the 4G network. Nokia Airscale. Ruler Nokia Vodafone gives Ukraine complete freedom to launch services based on any permissible (2G, 3G, 4G) and future technologies (5G).

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