B31 (450 MHz)

Identifier

LTE 450 Brazil

Uplink (MHz)

452.5 - 457.5

Downlink (MHz)

462.5 - 467.5

UL EARFCN

27760 - 27785

DL EARFCN

9870 - 9919

Duplex Spacing (MHz)

10

Supported Channel Bandwidths (MHz)

Coverage Area (-100 dBm)

262.00 km^2

LTE Channel Widths

The chart below depicts deployed 4G LTE channel bandwidths for this frequency band.

Carrier Aggregation Configurations

There are 2 CA configurations recorded for this LTE frequency band. To search CA bands please use LTE Carrier Aggregation.

Configuration Name CA Type Component Carriers 4G LTE Frequency Bands Max. Aggregated Bandwidth
CA_3A-31A (B3+B31) Inter-band, non-contiguous 2 B3 (1800 MHz)
B31 (450 MHz)
25 MHz
CA_20A-31A (B20+B31) Inter-band, non-contiguous 2 B20 (800 MHz)
B31 (450 MHz)
25 MHz

Wireless & Mobile Network Operators

There are 10 mobile and wireless operators using this band. To perform search queries please use the Mobile Network Operators section.

Åland Islands

Armenia

3G Bands:
IoT Technology:
None

Brazil

Denmark

3G Bands:
None
4G Bands:
IoT Technology:
None

Finland

3G Bands:
None
IoT Technology:
None

Hungary

3G Bands:
None
4G Bands:
IoT Technology:
None

Indonesia

3G Bands:
None
4G Bands:
IoT Technology:
None

Norway

Philippines

3G Bands:
None
IoT Technology:
None

Russia

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News & Developments

At the meeting of the State Commission for Radio Frequencies (GKRCH) held at the very end of 2017, a number of decisions were made that allow us to say that the development of the LTE-450 standard in Russia will receive a new impetus, and the future of projects for the construction of communication networks based on this standard may not be as unpromising as the experts drew in the forecasts.

Espoo, Finland - Nokia is to completely modernize the nationwide LTE network for Ukkoverkot, the Finnish private network operator offering wireless data communications services for infrastructure operators, the industrial IoT market, public safety authorities, the maritime industry and both residents and enterprises in remote areas.

Moscow – Tele2, an alternative mobile operator, has launched Russia’s first LTE network in the 450 MHz spectrum in Tver and Novgorod regions. A launch of this technology will contribute to elimination of digital divide in the country.