A comprehensive overview of mobile network frequency band assignments listed by country. Countries are grouped according to the ITU regions. Please click to the link below to see this study.
You can find more useful information about allocated LTE frequencies on Wikipedia.
Here are also some information about Mobile Network Operators.
If your USB drive is not being recognized by Windows, or is not formatting properly, there may be problems with either Windows or the USB drive itself. If the problem is on Windows’ end, you can usually solve it by reinstalling the USB drivers. If the problem is with the USB drive, you may be able to fix it with a deep format, or the drive may be irreparable.
Continue reading How to Format a Pendrive if Windows is Unable
To work around this behavior and display devices when you click Show hidden devices: Continue reading Show non-present devices on Device Manager (Windows XP)
Download USB Drivers for Android Devices
Download Acer USB Drivers Steps to download Acer USB Drivers:
- Open the link given above.
- Choose your country/region.
- Select “Drivers & Manuals”.
- Select your product.
- Download the appropriate driver.
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Dell Data Protection | Security Tools provides security and identity protection to computer administrators and users. Continue reading Dell Data Protection | Security Tools
Sometimes referred to as the recovery partition and restore partition, the hidden partition is a special section set aside on OEM computer hard drives.
Hidden partitions are accessed either through a pre-installed Windows application or by pressing a specific key combination as the computer boots up. If your computer did not come with a hidden partition or you have deleted it, the only way to restore your computer is with a Windows CD. However, a boot disc only installs Windows and no additional software or drivers. Continue reading How to access System Recovery partition?
What is the difference between SATA I, SATA II and SATA III?
SATA I (revision 1.x) interface, formally known as SATA 1.5Gb/s, is the first generation SATA interface running at 1.5 Gb/s. The bandwidth throughput, which is supported by the interface, is up to 150MB/s. Continue reading Difference between SATA I, SATA II and SATA III
Select Dell Latitude and Precision systems comes with an embedded contactless smart card reader. Out of the box, this reader is not PC/SC enabled. The contactless reader is only available through the CV chipset (Dell Credentials Vault), meaning that it will only work in PBA (Pre Boot Authentication), and when enrolling a contactless card through the Dell supported software (EmbassySuite/ControlPoint). Continue reading Enable PC/SC support for Dell Contactless Reader
From BCM5880 Product Information:
“The Broadcom BCM5880 secure applications processor combines platform identification, personal identification and data protection in a single chip and includes an integrated Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2 device, as well as the credential “vault” capability. It also integrates many of the authentication applications available today, such as one-time-password (OTP), fingerprint readers, smart cards, and contactless readers, into silicon, where they all can be centrally managed and utilized as part of multi-factor authentication policies”.
Continue reading Broadcom USH (BCM5880) Drivers for Dell Latitude E-Series
You may have noticed that pilots use code words to communicate letters of the alphabet. This is known as radiotelephony or (more formally) the international radiotelephony spelling alphabet. Pilots use the radiotelephony alphabet so that essential letter combinations can be easily understood by individuals transmitting and receiving voice messages. Continue reading A Pilot’s Alphabet