What frequency is 4G NZ?

What frequency is 4G NZ?

Vodafone launched NZ’s first 4G network in Auckland in February 2013 and it’s still NZ’s biggest. 4G Extended – 700MHz: 4G Extended uses the 700MHz frequency of the 4G spectrum which is typically used in rural areas. 4G Extended complements our 4G network on the 1800MHz frequency.

What frequency do mobile phones use?

Mobile phones are low-powered radiofrequency transmitters, operating at frequencies between 450 and 2700 MHz with peak powers in the range of 0.1 to 2 watts.

What LTE bands are used in NZ?

Spark, 2Degrees and Vodafone all operate 4G networks in LTE band 3 and LTE band 28, with band 3 coverage mostly in cities and towns; band 28 available predominantly across rural towns, countryside, highways and coastal areas. Both Spark and Vodafone have licences to provide LTE band 7 services.

What frequency is 4G LTE on?

4G LTE technologies brought it additional spectrum and frequency bands, namely around 600 MHz, 700 MHz, 1.7/2.1 GHz, 2.3 GHz, and 2.5 GHz. All of the previous cellular network frequencies are based on licenses (Table 1).

What frequency is 3G in NZ?

3G – 2100MHz (U2100) in urban areas. 4G – 700MHz (Band 28) 4G – 1800MHz (Band 3)

What frequency is 5G in NZ?

3.5 GHz
The frequency 5G will use in NZ will initially be 3.5 GHz. This is similar to frequencies used for 2G, 3G and 4G. The frequencies for each radio type must be different to each other to prevent reception issues. In the future, a higher frequency (26 GHz) may be used.

What is band in mobile network?

A band is a range of frequencies in the radio electromagnetic spectrum. In the context of mobile telephony, a band refers to any range of frequencies in the radio spectrum’s ultra high frequency (UHF) band. Telephony bands are regulated and licensed to operators that provide mobile phone services.

What towers transmit frequencies to mobile phones?

Nowadays, mobile phones primarily use three technologies based on antenna cell networks.

  • GSM (or 2nd generation mobile telephony – 2G) runs on the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz frequency bands.
  • UMTS (or 3G) passes through the 900 MHz and 2 GHz frequency bands.

What are the wifi frequencies?

The 802.11 standard provides several distinct radio frequency bands for use in Wi-Fi communications: 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz, 3.6 GHz, 4.9 GHz, 5 GHz, 5.9 GHz, 6 GHz and 60 GHz. Each range is divided into a multitude of channels.

What frequency is 5G LTE?

5G Ultra Wideband, Verizon’s millimeter wavelength (mmWave)-based 5G, operates at frequencies of about 28 GHz and 39GHz. This is considerably higher than 4G networks, which use about 700 MHz-2500 MHz frequency to transfer information.

What frequency is Vodafone NZ?

Vodafone offers 4G LTE coverage across New Zealand, claiming coverage to over 96% of the population. Vodafone uses frequencies at 700 MHz (Band 28), 1800 MHz (Band 3), and 2600 MHz (Band 7) for 4G.

Does NZ use GSM?

The Vodafone NZ mobile network operates on the following frequencies: 2G – GSM 900MHz. 2G – GSM 1800MHz. 3G – 900MHz (U900) in rural and marine areas (up to 120 kms offshore)