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One of the main disadvantages of LTE-equipped third-generation iPad is, it is unsuitable for use in high-speed 4G networks around the world. The tablet supports only “American” frequency of 700 MHz and 2100 MHz, and not compatible with either the European or any other network out of the U.S.A.
The British company has released a universal antenna Antenova A10453, which does not need switches or Custom active components, supports the following frequency spectrum: LTE 700 MHz, LTE B7 (2,5-2,69 GHz), LTE B38 (2,57-2,62 GHz), LTE B40 (2,3-2,4 GHz) and GSM 850 MHz, GSM 900 MHz, DCS 1800 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz, WCDMA 2100 MHz.
Of course, this technology cannot be called a truly global, as it has no support for some sort of CLR frequency of 850 MHz and AWS 1700 MHz, but this is the best of existing solutions on the market.
According to rumors, the new iPhone 5, which will be releasing this fall with new iOS 6 Os, support LTE. It is possible that Apple will pay attention to the UK company and make 4G Smartphone with maximum coverage.
It should be noted that due to incompatibility of the LTE network in Europe and Australia, Apple was forced to change the name of device from iPad 4G to iPad cellular.