What is MTN frequency band?
MTN operates 900 MHz and 1800 MHz frequency bands which the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) renewed last November, similar to frequencies operated by Etisalat and India’s Airtel that use GSM technology.
What band is MTN Nigeria?
|UMTS Band||Packet Data||Status|
|B1 (2100 MHz)||DC-HSPA+||Active|
What is the 4G frequency band?
3G Vs 4G
|Frequency Band||1.8 – 2.5 GHz||2 – 8 GHz|
|Bandwidth||5-20 MHz||5-20 MHz|
|Data rate||Up to 2Mbps ( 384 kbps WAN)||Up to 20 Mbps or more|
|Access||Wideband CDMA||Multi-carrier – CDMA or OFDM(TDMA)|
What is the frequency for 2G?
Generations in Telecommunication (1G, 2G, 3G, 4G)
|Operating frequencies||800 MHz||GSM: 900MHZ, 1800MHz CDMA: 800MHz|
|Band (Frequency) type||Narrow band||Narrow band|
|Carrier frequency||30 KHZ||200 KHz|
Which network has the best 4G in Nigeria?
Above are some of the best 4G Phones you can buy in Nigeria right now. From the list it is clear that MTN, Airtel, Glo Mobile, and 9Mobile supports all the best 4G phones. Glo Mobile is the only one of the big four 4G networks in Nigeria with limited support, though more LTE phones now support Glo.
Is 4G analog or digital?
In simple terms, the first generation of mobile networks (1G) used analogue technologies and was analogue. The digital era started from the second generation (2G) onwards which means that 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G networks are digital.