Asia-Pacific Regulators Need To Issue More LTE Spectrum
ABI Research sees substantial growth in LTE subscribers and traffic, and while Asia-Pacific countries allocate around 400 MHz to mobile operators, this is nowhere near enough to meet future demand. As much as 800 MHz of additional spectrum is needed over the next five years. This Insight discusses where some of that spectrum can come from and why regulators must step up to allocate more spectrum for mobile broadband.
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