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Wed, Nov 21, 2018 7:47 PM

LTE bands coverage

I am going to develop a LTE device with a micro controller. I will use a device that supports LTE FDD: B2/B4/B5/B12/B13.

Is my device going to be able to use the At&t network at its full coverage and speed?

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lizdance40

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2 years ago

The only way to assure that is if it’s an ATT branded device or cleared by the FCC for US carriers.  The IMEI has to register on the network as an LTE device to get LTE.

 

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lizdance40

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2 years ago

The full list of LTE bands Is  2,4,5,12/17,30,46,60.  

5 and 12/17 are main bands in most places.

 

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2 years ago

Thanks for the quick reply. My question was on the way if the bands are compatible or do I need to have the whole At&t spectrum supported?

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