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The number of wireless broadband subscribers has more than tripled in the past decade.
As a result, it increases network traffic and puts more pressure on existing 2G / 3G wireless network infrastructures in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
The current 2G/3G network infrastructure in Freetown provides limited resources with download and upload speed being 12.54Mbps and 2.59Mbps, respectively, to the active subscribers.
The country's population growth has led to a high increment in the subscriber database.
It has compelled both private and Government-owned telecommunication operators in Freetown, Sierra Leone, to bring onboard more advanced and efficient technologies.
Three active private mobile network operators (Operator X, Y, & Z) and one Government-owned (operator W) in the country.
Operator X is the only operator that can reach in every part of the country with the highest number of subscribers.
Long Term Evolution (LTE) rollout has just started in Sierra Leone by a private operator, even though operating in some parts of the world for years now.
Mohamed Koroma is a lecturer at the Freetown Polytechnic via Government Technical Institute (GTI campus), Ferry junction, kissy dockyard, Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa.
He served as the Engineer operating the “Front Office Network Operation Centre (NOC),” Huawei Telecommunication Company Limited, Sierra Leone, and West Africa.
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