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Signal Jammer Frequenies for Mexico

Signal Jammer Frequenies for Mexico

The quality and the area of cell phone service have   increased greatly in past couple of years in Mexico. Cell phone service   was really expensive but now its price is lowering and it becomes more   and more available for users. The development of wireless communications   in Mexico is going really fast because of the geographical conditions   of the country. Huge chain of mountains that divide country in two parts   slowed the development of wired networks down.


What about frequencies that are used in Mexico for wireless   communications I can tell you that they are: 850/1900 MHz for GSM   service, the same as USA and Canada use, 450/800 MHz for CDMA technology   and 850 MHz for third generation communication.  But the main and the   mostly used standard in Mexico is GSM, the coverage is pretty wide and   the quality of service is ok.


If you live in USA or Canada your cell phone will probably work in  Mexico, but their roaming fees are just enormous, so it would be better   to buy a SIM card of a local provider.

Mexico has three main mobile service carriers. They are TelCel,   Movistar and Iusacell. The major provider is TelCell because it has   superior coverage and its share of a market compiles up to 77,2%. TelCel   covers nearly 63% of Mexico’s geographical area, where 90% of Mexican   population live. Coverage of Movistar and Iusacell are situated at the   same spots where TelCel’s coverage is, but their area is really smaller.


That country also has a fast growing 3G market. The majority in 3G  service is held by Iusacell that provides access with CDMA2000 network,   while TelCel uses slower 850 Mhz band connections which is based on   UMTS/HSDPA technology. Also TelCel is about to launch a 4G network in   Mexico’s major cities. The 3G coverage though is not really thick and   you may see it at the following image.

Now let’s take a closer look to those major service carriers and the   standards they use for telecommunication. We will begin with the leader   of the market TelCel. First if all you should know that that company   suffered some fees and restrictions due to its monopolistic state.   TelCel provides great 2G coverage all over Mexico, which is represented   with GSM 850/1900 MHz standard. It provides voice calls, text messaging   and with GPRS and EDGE – slow mobile internet. TelCel also developed 3G   network based on CDMA Rev: 1x EV-DO with 850 MHz frequency. The 4G LTE   is about to be launched.


Iusacell also provide 2G network with voice calls and text messages   on CDMA and GSM standard. 450/850 MHz and 850/1900 MHz frequencies are   used accordingly. They also managed to build even greater 3G network   than TelCel but their coverage is really small. They use CDMA2000 with   2000 MHz frequency for 3G internet.


Movistar provides 2G communications with GSM 850/1900 MHz standard  but their coverage is presented only in major cities and that is the   reason of its small size.


Mexico uses a little obsolete technology right now that is why the  development of 4G networks will be pretty slow there. But if you go to   Mexico you can be sure that our GSM, CDMA and 3G jamming devices will   work there perfectly as they always do!