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May 7, 2008

Mobile broadband needs to improve


by David Allen

The coverage of 3G throughout the country is being put under the microscope once more, with claims that the 3G signals cannot work properly inside buildings.

By doing this it is believed that the whole aspect of mobile broadband will become more appealing.

This comes from the research firm In-Stat, who are claiming that this is the biggest challenge that faces 3G at the moment.

While there is only a very limited amount of signal getting through into buildings this will always be a major problem for both business and individual users.

There has been talk of how a small, but powerful base station can boost the coverage, but this is only any good in certain areas.

But whatever method, if any, is going to be used, it is going to require a huge investment by all of the providers. The question will be: are they prepared to do that?

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