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Topic # 185459 23-Nov-2015 20:00
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I have been told that our 4G RBI signal comes from the Vodafone Flaxmere Hastings mast. Can anyone tell me which band is used for this?
 




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  Reply # 1433512 23-Nov-2015 20:05
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Sure it's L700 but many sites have L700 and L1800 or L700 and L2600 or L700 , L1800 and L2600 tri band 4G

The VodafoneNZ coverage map will reflect what band is used so use that to confirm



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  Reply # 1433523 23-Nov-2015 20:37
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Hi Johnr,

Thanks for the reply. I did check the map but could not find the specific frequencies used at that mast, just generalities about the entire spectrum. Is there any way to find out exactly what band is being used for 4G? Just 700 mhz or also 1800 mhz? I'm thinking of experimenting with some higher gain antennas and would like to know what I actually need.






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  Reply # 1433530 23-Nov-2015 20:47
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4G is L1800 and 4G extended is L700

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  Reply # 1433535 23-Nov-2015 20:49
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I have just checked it out and Flaxmere clearly shows 4G extended which is L700



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  Reply # 1433539 23-Nov-2015 20:59
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Thanks very much for that. You rock!





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  Reply # 1433543 23-Nov-2015 21:18
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It also reflects some L1800 depending on location in Flaxmere

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