01 Dec '15, 1am

Digi explains about 4G LTE coverage signal measurement at -110dBm

He said Digi customers are able to experience a minimum signal strength of -110dBm “at the edge of our 4G LTE coverage, that is before they are handed over to the next cell tower or switched over to 3G. The closer our customers are to the cell tower, the higher the signal strength they will experience which we believe is the reality because of how dense our network is due to the number of sites we have. This signal strength is a regionally accepted best practice which operators in Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Singapore also adopt.”

Full article: http://www.malaysianwireless.com/2015/12/digi-4g-lte-cove...

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