What LTE bands are used in Australia?

What LTE bands are used in Australia?

Australia is currently using these LTE bands (LTE bandmask in brackets): 2100MHz (B1) FDD (0000000000000001) – Telstra, Optus, Vodafone. 1800MHz (B3) FDD (0000000000000004) – Telstra, Optus, Vodafone. 850MHz (B5) FDD (0000000000000010) – Vodafone.

What are the 4G bands in Australia?

B1, B3, B5, B7, B7, and B28 are the main 4G bands. n78 is the main 5G band used in Australia, but we’re now also seeing some coverage on n5, n28, and n40. If you want to use a phone in Australia, it will need to support these frequencies and bands.

What frequency is 4G in Australia?

1800 MHz
1800 MHz. The 1800 MHz band is currently operated as a 4G network by Optus, Telstra and Vodafone. It had previously been used as a 2G network.

What frequency is Telstra 4G in Australia?

Australian network frequencies

Australian carriers 3G 4G
Telstra 850MHz/2100MHz 700MHz/900MHz/1800Mhz/2100MHz/2600Mhz
Optus 900MHz/2100Mhz 700MHz/1800Mhz/2100MHz/2300Mhz/2600Mhz
Vodafone 900MHz/2100MHz 850MHz/1800Mhz/2100MHz

What bands are 4G LTE?


  • Band 2 (1900 MHz)
  • Band 5 (850 MHz)
  • Band 4 (1700/2100 MHz)
  • Band 66 (Extension of band 4 on 1700/2100 MHz).

Does Australia have 4G LTE?

Australia adopts new technology quickly. In fact, Australia is one of the first that has rolled out 4G/LTE networks. The UK & USA have also launched some LTE components to their networks.

What frequency is band 4 LTE?

4G LTE Band 4 is defined as for use as follows:

Frequency Range: 1710 – 1755 UL / 2110 – 2155 DL
Width of Band: 60MHz
Channel Plan FDD (Frequency Division Duplex)

Which LTE bands are available in Australia?

Australia is presently operating these LTE bands. 2100Mhz – Vodafone, Optus (Tasmania), Telstra (a handful of sites) 1800Mhz – Vodafone, Optus, Telstra. 900Mhz – Telstra (a minority of sites, employs spectrum formerly used by 2G)

What are the different bands of 4G LTE?

And here is an overview of all the bands: Band 2 (1900MHz frequency range): this is a band mostly used in rural areas, or where band 4 is not available. It has higher reach, and it is widely used in the Northeast to provide 4G coverage to distant places. Band 4 (1700MHz/2100MHz): the backbone of T-Mobile’s LTE network.

What are superseded bands/LTE frequency bands?

Superseded bands are indicated by a grey background. There are regular additions to the LTE frequency bands / LTE spectrum allocations as a result of negotiations at the ITU regulatory meetings.

How many LTE frequency bands are assigned to TDD-LTE?

For technical details on LTE and a list of its designated operating frequencies, bands, and roaming possibilities, see LTE frequency bands. Bands 33 to 53 are assigned to TDD-LTE.