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A-carrier vs B-carrier-Difference between A-carrier,B-carrier

This page on A-carrier vs B-carrier describes difference between A-carrier and B-carrier.



A-carrier: This term refers to non-wire company working in cellular domain. The A-carrier equipments operate in the frequency range 824MHz to 849MHz.



B-carrier: This term refers to wireline company working in cellular domain. The B-carrier equipments operate in the frequency range 869MHz to 894MHz.

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