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4G Launch Could Disrupt TVs In 2.3 Million Homes

  • The Drum, Monday, February 18, 2013 3:01 PM

As preparations step-up for the launch of a new super-fast 4G mobile broadband signal across Britain later this year, reports have suggested that it could disrupt television reception for 2.3 million households. While millions could see TV signal interference, some 40,000 homes could lose their signal altogether. Although there have been no public warnings, the problems have arisen amid confusion as the 4G spectrum is close in range to the band used by millions of customers of Freeview.

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