Verizon Relies On Dynamic Spectrum sharing More Widely Than AT&T – Report | FierceWireless

All eyes could also be on U.S. carriers’ present and upcoming higher mid-band spectrum deployments, however in the interim 5G is basically nonetheless being delivered with spectrum in decrease bands and utilizing a expertise that shares spectrum with 4G LTE.

Verizon continues to make use of dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS) expertise for 5G extra broadly than its rivals, in response to network testing by International Wi-fi Options.

In a report launched Wednesday, GWS stated it noticed DSS deployed by Verizon in 229 of the 498 markets examined. Of these, DSS was utilized in 23% of 5G duties initiated by GWS on the service’s community.  

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AT&T additionally taps DSS for 5G, although the GWS report noticed deployments in simply 22 of the almost 500 markets. And of that, DSS was utilized in 5% of GWS-initiated 5G duties on the service’s community.

T-Cell (which early on had been a extra vocal critic of DSS shortcomings) had it deployed in three markets examined and utilized DSS in simply 2% of 5G duties. T-Cell has devoted low-band 600 MHz, in addition to mid-band 2.5 GHz deployed for 5G.

Duties included a community capability stress check, each giant and small file uploads and downloads, and video checks, in response to GWS CEO Paul Carter.

Verizon first rolled out dynamic spectrum sharing roughly one 12 months in the past when it debuted broad 5G protection,

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