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All Cellular Frequencies Used in the USA by Band, example LTE, CDMA, etc uses these specific portions of each band for cell, texts, data
LTE is used for Data and Texting and uses these specific USA Bands (listing a breakdown of each band).
4G is used for Cellular Calls, Data and Texting and uses these specific USA Bands (listing a breakdown of each band)
List for all LTE, 4G, 3G, 2G, GSM, CDMA, etc.
NOTE: Not just 700 band, but 698-704, 705-712, etc. the specific portion of the bands.
Additionally, it would be nice to view the specific carriers and the specific bands they use.1 vote
The frequencies each company is licensed to in an easy to interpret format.
For example: If I want to look at all the mobile phone frequencies for a specific area, I would like to see which companies have certain frequencies.
One way of laying this out in a visual way is something like the NTIA's spectrum allocation chart. The ability to have an excel version of this data (company, frequency, and license call sign a minimum for data) would also be useful.
This information should be more geared towards tasks that work with spectrum, like interference analysis.4 votes
Finding who is holding on to spectrum and not doing anything with it.
Finding who is holding on to spectrum and not doing anything with it.12 votes
Identify spectrum with flexible service rules
When identifying spectrum, it would be helpful to develop some type of system to identify how much flexibility in use there is based on the service rules (i.e. location and monitoring service currently requires spectrum holders to make location services a primary use)1 vote