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  1. 1. www.gsacom.com CommerciallylaunchedLTEnetworks Spectrum used currently in commercially launched LTE networks Source of data: GSA’s Evolution to LTE report – February 17, 2014 Global mobile Suppliers Association www.gsacom.com TDD networks 244 operators launched FDD mode only 17 operators launched TDD mode only 13 operators launched FDD &TDD modes ----- 274 total launched LTE networks Note: China Mobile LTE TDD network uses bands 39, 40 and 41 Spectrum used in commercially launched LTE netw Source: GSA LTE FDD networks The chart below shows the frequency bands that are currently in use in 263 commerciall according to information provided in GSA’s Evolution to LTE report of January 15, 2014. report, referring to 274 commercially launched LTE networks, will be published when all d The majority o deployed the FD The most wide deployments co which is used launched LTE worldwide have 3) systems, 37 ago, in 61 cou months ago) e system, or as deployment. As band for LTE d will greatly ass for mobile broad most popular c GHz (band 7) as in commercial s 800 MHz (ban networks, and A of networks. LTE TDD networks The frequency bands that are currently in use in commercially launched TDD networks available to GSA (for the February 17, 2014 Evolution to LTE report) are: 3GPP band Frequency Number of networks 40 2.3 GHz 15 38 2.6 GHz 9 41 2.6 GHz 5 42 3.5 GHz 3 39 1.9 GHz 1
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