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Topic Title: [Q] 4G Mobile Networks Refresher Training/Info Providers
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Created On: 19 June 2012 02:17 PM
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 19 June 2012 02:17 PM
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anro15

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In starting a new job later this year, I am trying to get up to speed on 4G mobile networks, principally the frequency and spectrum aspects that may interact with other systems in adjacent/shared frequency bands.

The last time I touched on the area was 8 years ago during my masters, therefore I am looking for any known courses/private tutors that would provide a refresher to the area for up to a week. Any recommendations would be appreciated, even good books that may help. Thank you.

Andy
 01 September 2012 06:52 AM
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kylemmisael

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I Have No Idea About The 4G mobile Network But U can Interested In 3G Mobile Network So I can Give u Full Information About 3G Mobile network.

Thanks

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 07 November 2012 08:22 AM
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vickiglam

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hi, i been using mobile phone on 4G network,its prety good and fast
internet, now i change to enother company,its a lot cheaper and my phone on 3G runs now,but i dont feel much diference, feels the same speed.
 08 November 2012 10:14 AM
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cblackha

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>the frequency and spectrum aspects that may interact with other systems in adjacent/shared frequency bands

Not quite sure what you're asking here.
These type of issues are typically address in the various ETSI standards that the phones/basestation are compliant with. In addition the networks are planned to minimise interfererence between adjacent cells
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