The 2009 directive allows high-speed wireless mobile providers to use the 900 and 1800 MHz frequency bands for services to their clients, in particular for the 3G UMTS technology, but ensures at the same time that the existing GSM system will function as normal. The 900 MHz band provides greater coverage compared to higher frequency bands, and is best suited to regions where greater distances separate clients and base stations. The directive furthermore anticipates the use of future technologies in same frequency bands, such as the fourth generation of mobile services (4G).
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