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Signal Jammer Frequenies for Russian Federation

Signal Jammer Frequenies for Russian Federation

The   second generation of mobile  communications is the most widely used in   Russian Federation. That  generation is presented with GSM 900/1800 and   CDMA 450 standards. Both  of those standards are used for voice calls,   text messages and mobile  internet access, though it is not that fast as   3G and far more slower  that 4G network that works in some regions of   Russia. Major providers  here are MegaFon, MTS, Beeline, VympelCom and   Tele2. The average  coverage compiles up to 85% of country's territory. But we should  mention that MTS has a 100% coverage over the all Russian Federation.


GSM   standard in Russia uses 900 and  1800 MHz frequencies.  As long as all   mobile phones are duplex  devices they use two frequencies   simultaneously, one for receiving and  one for sending information. Network based positioning or cell tower  triangulation uses exactly those frequencies. CDMA   works at around  463-467 MHz and 2000-2100 MHz. As it was already   mentioned – those  standards are used for text messages and voice calls.   GPRS and EDGE  mobile Internet technology also uses those frequency   bands. You can  view the full frequency chart of Russian mobile communications below.

Third   generation of mobile  communications, which are widely used all over the   world are used in  Russian Federation too. Those networks are working at a   very high  frequency range and the most common radio frequency for those   networks  is 2000 MHz frequency band. Data transmissions speeds in that    generation of mobile communications varies between 2-14 Mbit/s. 3G    enables fast mobile Internet access and the possibility to use video    calls.



When it   comes to Russia we can say  that MTS, MegaFon, VympelCom and Beeline are   the major carriers and  they maintain 3G networks in 120 major cities of   Russian Federation.  1935-2170 MHz frequency is used for 3G networks in   Russia. The  coverage of 3G mobile service is not that big, it is   concentrated in  densely populated areas.


4G   networks were recently  presented in Russia too. The first companies   that were building those  networks were Yota and Freshtel. After those   two carriers MTS and  MegaFon started to develop their own networks.   Russian Federation has  its own factory that produces 4G base stations   and network equipment.  Fourth generation of mobile communications   develops really fast in  Russia, the first city where the 4G LTE network   was launched was  Novosibirsk and then Moscow. There are two big frequency bands that were assigned for 4G and they are 791-862 MHz for LTE and 2500-2600 for Wi-Max. 4G LTE works in Moscow, St.Petersburg, Sochi, Samara, Novosibirsk, Ufa and Krasnodar.


That were the most popular   mobile  standards in Russia, but we should also mention that they have   their  own global navigation system that is a worthy substitution to   American  GPS. That GNSS is called GLONASS and it also has some   differences.  While GPS works in three channels and uses 1575.42, 1227.60   and  1176.45 MHz frequencies, GLONASS works with 2 channels and its    frequencies are 1602-1615 and 1246-1256 MHz. GLONASS satellites have    higher orbits and that's the reason why they have better productivity in    near-polar regions. Both GPS and GLONASS are frequently used in  Russian   Federation.


If you are a traveler you   should  know that biggest mobile carriers in Russia provide a decent   roaming  services, but if you would like to buy a local SIM card with   local  phone number you will have to show you papers to the dealer.   That's a  common procedure in Russia.