Why Will affect tv lines by implementing 4G in Britain ?

From next month televisions across the country will begin losing their signal, as the airwaves become more crowded by the introduction of 4G mobile broadband networks, writes Christopher Williams.
According to Ofcom, as many as 2.3 million households could be forced to take action if they want to continue receiving digital terrestrial television and not lose “some or all of their TV channels”.
Britain already has one 4G network, EE, which is available in 27 towns and cities. In its current form, however, it does not have an impact on television signals. This is because it operates in the 1,800MHz spectrum band, comfortably clear of the 700MHz band occupied by Freeview.


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