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MulteFire Alliance launches certification in Japan’s 1.9 GHz band

The MulteFire technology – which allows 4G to run in unlicensed or shared spectrum without an anchor network in a licensed band – has been quiet lately. This is despite the excitement around the USA’s CBRS spectrum, which was a key target for MulteFire – the combination could enable disruptive non-MNOs to build 4G in high value environments, for instance. But now, the MulteFire Alliance, which champions the technology and drives international standards, has surfaced with an announcement on the other side of the world, in Japan. It has launched its certification program for Japan’s 1.9 GHz band, which is being targeted particularly at enterprise and IoT services with a light licensing approach. The band is peculiar to Japan and…

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