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NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT) is a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) radio technology standard developed to enable a wide range of devices and services to be connected using cellular telecommunications bands. NB-IoT is a narrowband radio technology designed for the Internet of Things (IoT) and is one of a range of Mobile IoT (MIoT) technologies standardized by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). Other 3GPP IoT technologies include eMTC (enhanced Machine-Type Communication) and EC-GSM-IoT. The NB-IoT specification was frozen at Release 13 of the 3GPP specification (LTE-Advanced Pro), in June 2016.
NB-IoT focuses specifically on indoor coverage, low cost, long battery life, and enabling a large number of connected devices. The NB-IoT technology is deployed “in-band” in spectrum allocated to Long Term Evolution (LTE) - using resource blocks within a normal LTE carrier, or in the unused resource blocks within a LTE carrier’s guard-band - or “standalone” for deployments in dedicated spectrum. It is also suitable for the re-farming of GSM spectrum.
Preliminary specification (Source: 3GPP)
When did Steak Knives first appear as common and ordinary. Meaning not a knife to cut/butcher an animal, but something mother would put on the table when serving meat.
Hint: After Sliced Bread.
Know Your Knives: The Steak Knife - The Truth About Knives
The Secret History of Steak Knives