Mobile cellular networks

A mobile network is a cellular network that allows the simultaneous use of wireless phones, stationary or in motion, including during high-speed and long-distance travel.

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Mobile networks are built according to a cell architecture that allows the same frequencies to be used several times over a territory. Over the past 30 years, several generations of technology have been used to move from voice and text messaging telephone communication services to data services, mobile Internet, very high speed and connected objects: GSM, 3G, 4G/LTE (Long Term Evolution) and 5G.

Tactis works with regulators, des telecommunications operators, industrialists, governments and local authorities / local planners, urban planners and planners on issues related to frequency use, licensing, infrastructure sharing, the establishment of an observatory to cover and measure the quality of services, the qualification of white areas, the establishment of extensive coverage of rural areas, In Door connectivity, etc.

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A question about mobile cellular networks? Need to remove doubts in view of a future project? Send an email to Benjamin Fradelle, Tactis Associate Director.

Tactis - Directeur associé - Benjamin Fradelle- Aménagement numérique des territoires

Benjamin Fradelle

Tactis Associate Director
Since 2002, Benjamin Fradelle has been developing expertise in digital spatial planning, both in terms of defining the strategy of local authorities and in the technical and economic approaches associated with public initiative networks.
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