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+ - London Needs 70,000 Cells for 4G ->

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judgecorp writes "How many cells does it take to cover a city? In London's case, it will take 70,000 cells by 2015 for the next-generation LTE network needed for 4G mobile broadband, according to a calculation from PicoChip. A shame that's too late for 2012, when Mayor Boris Johnson warns that mobile data demands during the Olympuics may overload the current 3G network"
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London Needs 70,000 Cells for 4G

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