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Mobile operators worldwide are operating multiple mobile networks to support 2G, 3G and 4G services. They now face the challenge of determining how to re-use established 2G and 3G spectrum positions to simplify the network, improve operational efficiency and control costs, while rolling out next-generation mobile services.
Mobile operators today face a challenge in integrating services across multiple generations of mobile network infrastructure. These networks use multiple spectrum bands, ranging from 450MHz up to 2.6GHz, and this diversity increases network costs and operational complexity. A major issue for mobile operators is how to re-use 2G and 3G spectrum positions to simplify the network, improve operational efficiency and control costs, while rolling out next-generation mobile services.
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