Orange and T-Mobile parent EE, Three, Vodafone and O2 parent Telefonica are pooling forces to make sure digital TV services are cleared in the 800MHz band so that 4G LTE in the spectrum can go ahead as planned.
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Over in the States, the 700MHz frequency is heading towards auction in January. Formerly used for UHF TV signals, the spectrum - about 36MHz worth - is the last bit of significant wireless real estate to become available in the US.
UHF spectrum could be used for mobile broadband services once the analogue TV signal is turned off, but views differ on whether money or public interest should win out.
UHF spectrum could be used for mobile broadband services once the analogue TV signal is turned off, but views differ on whether money or public interest should win out
BT and O2 may be forced to battle for radio spectrum that could support mobile TV services in the UK
Bog standard TV on a must lav gadget?
After Hours: Fancy watching TV on your mobile? Take a trip to Oxford and see O2’s HVB-H service in action
Sony and Nokia get in on the portable telly act
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