2.5 GHz frequency band for next generation high speed communication, KDDI is unknown

While the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications is planning to allocate radio waves of the frequency of 2.5 GHz to the two operators for the next generation high speed communication, the four camps of NTT docomo, KDDI, SoftBank Mobile, and WILLCOM are fierce battles According to the Asahi Shimbun news report, it seems that the KDDI campaign apparently made an official decision.

Where on the other side of the camp?

the detail is right below.
asahi.com: next-generation radio, KDDI camp surely left three remaining camps - business

According to this article, it seems that the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications is surely allocating licenses to the campaigns of six companies, including KDDI, Kyocera and Intel, about next-generation high-speed wireless communication that allows high-speed network communication while moving .

By the way, the three camps of KDDI, DoCoMo, and Softbank Mobile are "next generation high speed communication standard"Mobile WiMAXAlthough promoting KDDI campaign, Intel who advocated "mobile WiMAX" is joining, and it is already focusing on technological development and demonstration experiment ahead of other companies, mainly on Intel It was said that KDDI was appointed as one of the only Japanese mobile phone companies to be a company from 15 secretaries who operated the International Industry Association "WiMAX Forum".

Mobile WiMAX can be used even when moving at 120 km / h, the area covered by one base station is 1 to 3 km, the maximum transmission speed is 21 Mbps. Also, among the four camps, only WILLCOM promotes the "next generation PHS" that has developed the current PHS technology, but also hereA transmission speed of 20 Mbps or more is realizedThat's right.

The final decision seems to take place in the middle of December, but where is the other winner? It is a place to worry about the area at the time of service start and usage price, too.

in Note,   Mobile, Posted by darkhorse_log