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Thread: LTE sinals? strange spikes in Netherlands, everywhere LTE maybe?

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    Default LTE sinals? strange spikes in Netherlands, everywhere LTE maybe?

    In house and outside i have spikes peroidically 'walking' the complete 2,4 ghz. Can it be LTE signal?
    I know LTe is transmitting on 800 mhz and 2600 mhz.

    These signals are everywhere. LTE coverage in the Netherlands is also almost complete.

    any ideas?
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    Hi Harry,

    As far as I know, LTE does not exist in the 2.4 GHz band, anywhere.

    That appears to be a curve shape, with lobes on each side, which is the signature than an 802.11b HR-DSSS device makes. That can also be any 802.11g/n network that is talking at data rates of 1, 2, 5.5, or 11 mbps (which are all legacy 802.11b data rates).

    We have a library of common signatures here that you can check out. Take a look, you'll find this one in there.

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