AT&T deploys low-band 5G in 28 new areas, together with some with Dynamic Spectrum Sharing

AT&T deploys low-band 5G in 28 new regions, including some with Dynamic Spectrum Sharing

AT&T has introduced it’s switched on its low-band 5G community in 28 new areas, together with some with Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS) expertise.

The new areas deliver AT&T’s complete protection to 355 areas, estimated to be obtainable for round 179 million folks.

Here is the entire listing of latest areas switched on this week:


1. Ouachita County


1. Melbourne

2. Miami

3. Orlando

4. West Palm Beach


1. Maui County


1. Idaho County


1. Alton-Granite City


1. Jackson


1. Columbia


1. Chippewa County

North Dakota/Minnesota

1. Fargo-Moorhead


1. Eugene-Springfield


1. Crawford County

Puerto Rico

1. Aguadilla

2. Aibonito Municipality

3. Arecibo

4. Mayaguez

5. Ponce

6. Rincon Municipality

7. San Juan


1. Lake County


1. Austin

2. Dallas

3. Navarro County

4. Victoria

5. Wilson County


1. Salt Lake City

What’s most fascinating about this newest batch of 5G areas is that components of some markets are the primary to function DSS expertise.

DSS permits carriers to share the identical channel between each 4G and 5G customers concurrently, based mostly on demand. The expertise helps to enhance the robustness of a community.

“DSS is an important stepping-stone on our path to nationwide 5G,” mentioned Igal Elbaz, SVP of wi-fi and entry expertise.

“We were the first US carrier to deploy this technology in our network, and it’s now playing an important role as we work toward a nationwide 5G footprint this summer.”

(Photo by McKaela Lee on Unsplash)

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