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UMTS frequency bands

The UMTS frequency bands are radio frequencies 3 UMTS-TDD Frequency bands
used by third generation (3G) wireless Universal Mobile
Telecommunications System networks. They were al-
and channel bandwidths
located by delegate to the World Administrative Radio
Conference (WARC-92) held in Mlaga-Torremolinos, UMTS-TDD technology is standardized for usage in the
Spain between February 3, 1992 and March 3, following bands:
1992.[1] Resolution 212 (Rev.WRC-97), adopted at the
World Radiocommunication Conference held in Geneva,
Switzerland in 1997, endorsed the bands specically 4 See also
for the International Mobile Telecommunications-2000
(IMT-2000) specication by referring to S5.388, which List of UMTS networks
states The bands 1,885-2,025 MHz and 2,110-2,200
MHz are intended for use, on a worldwide basis, by ad- 3GPP
ministrations wishing to implement International Mobile Cellular frequencies
Telecommunications 2000 (IMT-2000). Such use does
not preclude the use of these bands by other services to GSM frequency bands
which they are allocated. The bands should be made LTE frequency bands
available for IMT-2000 in accordance with Resolution
212 (Rev. WRC-97). To accommodate the reality that List of LTE networks
these initially dened bands were already in use in var- Mobile network code
ious regions of the world, the initial allocation has been
amended multiple times to include other radio frequency Roaming
bands. United States 2008 wireless spectrum auction
White spaces (radio)
1 UMTS-FDD Frequency bands
and channel bandwidths 5 References
UMTS-FDD technology is standardized for usage in the [1] WARC-92: World Administrative Radio Conference for
following paired bands: Dealing with Frequency Allocations in Certain Parts of
the Spectrum (Mlaga-Torremolinos, 1992)". 1992-03-
[1] Band 32 is restricted to UTRA operation when dual band 03. Retrieved 2016-03-14.
is congured (e.g., DB-DC-HSDPA or dual band 4C- [2] http://www.3gpp.org/ftp/tsg_sa/TSG_SA/TSGS_08/
HSDPA). Docs/PDF/SP-000257.pdf WARC-92 Frequencies for
[3] WARC-92 Concludes After Strenuous Negotiation
2 Deployments by region (UMTS- (PDF). Telecommunication Journal. International
FDD) Telecommunications Union. 59 (IV): 173. 1992.
Retrieved 2011-05-18.

Further information: List of UMTS networks [4] T-Mobile shifting 1700 MHz HSPA+ users to 1900 MHz
band. TeleGeography. 2015-06-24. Retrieved 2016-02-
The following table shows the standardized UMTS bands
and their regional use. The main UMTS bands are in bold
print. 6 External links
Networks on UMTS-bands 1 and 8 are suitable 3GPP Specications for group: R4 - Frequencies
for global roaming in ITU Regions 1, 2 (some info for UMTS (TS 25.101/102/104/105)
countries) and 3.


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