Motorola picks Swindon to test out 4G

Broadband, Mobile phones

swindon-station.jpgMotorola is testing 4G, also known as LTE – the Long-Term Evolution of 3G, at its lab in Swindon. The trials are using 2.6GHz spectrum, just above the range used by Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (2.4GHz).

4G is competing with WiMax to replace 3G as the communications standard for the next generation of mobile phones. Vodafone’s also testing a 4G service, but it’s unlikely that consumers will start seeing this technology for at least a few years.

(via Computer Weekly)

More 4G news: The HTC Max 4G – the world’s first 4G mobile with WiMAX technology for 70-megabit downloads | LG crams 4G LTE tech on a mobile phone chip

Duncan Geere
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