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    Published by Collins Bartholomew in partnership with Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA), the Mobile Coverage Explorer is a raster data representation of the area covered by mobile cellular networks around the world. Data_MCE global coverage has been sourced from the network operators and created from submissions made directly to Collins Bartholomew or to GSMA, from operators who provide roaming detail for inclusion in the GSMA’s Network Coverage Maps web application (https://www.gsma.com/coverage). The dataset series is provided at Global and National level. Global datasets contain the merged global coverages with the following file naming convention. MCE_Global<Technology>_<DataRelease>, where technology is '5G’. At country level the rasters depict the network coverage in each country for each technology. Therefore a country is not defined by its border extent but rather by the coverage supplied by network operators with licences in that country. In the file naming convention, countries are identified using their ISO 3166-1 code as follows: MCE_<ISO2Code><Technology>_<DataRelease>. The cell value in the MCE rasters are as follows: 1 - strong signal 2 - variable signal strength This data is supplemented with coverage created from OpenCellID (please see link in the associated resources of this metadata).

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    Published by Collins Bartholomew in partnership with Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA), the Mobile Coverage Explorer is a raster data representation of the area covered by mobile cellular networks around the world. Data_MCE global coverage has been sourced from the network operators and created from submissions made directly to Collins Bartholomew or to GSMA, from operators who provide roaming detail for inclusion in the GSMA’s Network Coverage Maps web application (https://www.gsma.com/coverage). The dataset is provided at Global and National level. Global datasets contain the merged global coverages with the following file naming convention. MCE_Global<Technology>_<DataRelease>, where technology is ‘4G’. At country level the rasters depict the network coverage in each country for each technology. Therefore a country is not defined by its border extent but rather by the coverage supplied by network operators with licences in that country. In the file naming convention, countries are identified using their ISO 3166-1 code as follows: MCE_<ISO2Code><Technology>_<DataRelease>. The cell value in the MCE rasters are as follows: 1 - strong signal 2 - variable signal strength This data is supplemented with coverage created from OpenCellID (please see link in the associated resources of this metadata).

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    Published by Collins Bartholomew in partnership with Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA), the Mobile Coverage Explorer is a raster data representation of the area covered by mobile cellular networks around the world. OCI dataset series has been created using OpenCellID tower locations. These derived locations have been used as the centre points of a radius of coverage: 12 kilometres for GSM 2G networks. These circles of coverage from each tower have then been merged to create an overall representation of network coverage. The OCI 2G dataset at Global and National scale. The file naming convention is as follows: OCI_Global<Technology>_<DataRelease> , where technology is ‘2G’, and G stands for 'generation'. At country level the rasters depict the network coverage in each country for each technology. Therefore a country is not defined by its border extent but rather by the coverage supplied by network operators with licenses in that country. In the file naming convention, countries are identified using their ISO 3166-1 code as follows: OCI<ISO2Code><Technology>_<DataRelease>. The cell values in the OCI raster is equal to 1 – approximate coverage.

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    Published by Collins Bartholomew in partnership with Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA), the Mobile Coverage Explorer is a raster data representation of the area covered by mobile cellular networks around the world. Data_MCE global coverage has been sourced from the network operators and created from submissions made directly to Collins Bartholomew or to GSMA, from operators who provide roaming detail for inclusion in the GSMA’s Network Coverage Maps web application (https://www.gsma.com/coverage). The dataset is provided at Global and National level. Global datasets contain the merged global coverages with the following file naming convention. MCE_Global<Technology>_<DataRelease>, where technology is ‘2G’. At country level the rasters depict the network coverage in each country for each technology. Therefore a country is not defined by its border extent but rather by the coverage supplied by network operators with licences in that country. In the file naming convention, countries are identified using their ISO 3166-1 code as follows: MCE_<ISO2Code><Technology>_<DataRelease>. The cell value in the MCE rasters are as follows: 1 - strong signal 2 - variable signal strength This data is supplemented with coverage created from OpenCellID (please see link in the associated resources of this metadata).

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    Published by Collins Bartholomew in partnership with Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA), the Mobile Coverage Explorer is a raster data representation of the area covered by mobile cellular networks around the world. OCI dataset series has been created using OpenCellID tower locations. These derived locations have been used as the centre points of a radius of coverage: 500m for 4G networks. These circles of coverage from each tower have then been merged to create an overall representation of network coverage. The OCI 5G dataset is available at Global and National scale. The file naming convention is as follows: OCI_Global<Technology>_<DataRelease> , where technology is either ‘2G’, ‘3G’, or ‘4G’ and G stands for 'generation'. At country level the rasters depict the network coverage in each country for each technology. Therefore a country is not defined by its border extent but rather by the coverage supplied by network operators with licenses in that country. In the file naming convention, countries are identified using their ISO 3166-1 code as follows: OCI<ISO2Code><Technology>_<DataRelease>. The cell values in the OCI raster is equal to 1 – approximate coverage.

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    Published by Collins Bartholomew in partnership with Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA), the Mobile Coverage Explorer is a raster data representation of the area covered by mobile cellular networks around the world. OCI dataset series has been created using OpenCellID tower locations. These derived locations have been used as the centre points of a radius of coverage: 4km for 3G networks. These circles of coverage from each tower have then been merged to create an overall representation of network coverage. The OCI 3G dataset is available at Global and National scale. The file naming convention is as follows: OCI_Global<Technology>_<DataRelease> , where technology is either ‘2G’, ‘3G’, or ‘4G’ and G stands for 'generation'. At country level the rasters depict the network coverage in each country for each technology. Therefore a country is not defined by its border extent but rather by the coverage supplied by network operators with licenses in that country. In the file naming convention, countries are identified using their ISO 3166-1 code as follows: OCI<ISO2Code><Technology>_<DataRelease>. The cell values in the OCI raster is equal to 1 – approximate coverage.

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    Published by Collins Bartholomew in partnership with Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA), the Mobile Coverage Explorer is a raster data representation of the area covered by mobile cellular networks around the world. OCI dataset series has been created using OpenCellID tower locations. These derived locations have been used as the centre points of a radius of coverage: 4km for 3G networks. These circles of coverage from each tower have then been merged to create an overall representation of network coverage. The OCI 3G dataset is available at Global and National scale. The file naming convention is as follows: OCI_Global<Technology>_<DataRelease> , where technology is either ‘2G’, ‘3G’, or ‘4G’ and G stands for 'generation'. At country level the rasters depict the network coverage in each country for each technology. Therefore a country is not defined by its border extent but rather by the coverage supplied by network operators with licenses in that country. In the file naming convention, countries are identified using their ISO 3166-1 code as follows: OCI<ISO2Code><Technology>_<DataRelease>. The cell values in the OCI raster is equal to 1 – approximate coverage.

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    Published by Collins Bartholomew in partnership with Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA), the Mobile Coverage Explorer is a raster data representation of the area covered by mobile cellular networks around the world. OCI dataset series has been created using OpenCellID tower locations. These derived locations have been used as the centre points of a radius of coverage: 12 kilometres for GSM 2G networks. These circles of coverage from each tower have then been merged to create an overall representation of network coverage. The OCI 2G dataset at Global and National scale. The file naming convention is as follows: OCI_Global<Technology>_<DataRelease> , where technology is ‘2G’, and G stands for 'generation'. At country level the rasters depict the network coverage in each country for each technology. Therefore a country is not defined by its border extent but rather by the coverage supplied by network operators with licenses in that country. In the file naming convention, countries are identified using their ISO 3166-1 code as follows: OCI<ISO2Code><Technology>_<DataRelease>. The cell values in the OCI raster is equal to 1 – approximate coverage.

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    Published by Collins Bartholomew in partnership with Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA), the Mobile Coverage Explorer is a raster data representation of the area covered by mobile cellular networks around the world. The dataset series is supplied as raster Data_MCE (operators) and Data_OCI (OpenCellID database). OCI dataset series has been created using OpenCellID tower locations. These derived locations have been used as the centre points of a radius of coverage: 12 kilometres for GSM networks, and 4km for 3G and 4G networks. No 5G data yet exists in the OpenCellID database. These circles of coverage from each tower have then been merged to create an overall representation of network coverage. The OCI dataset series is available at Global and National level. Global dataset series - sub hierarchy levels - contain three datasets representing cellular mobile radio technologies ‘2G’, ‘3G’ and ‘4G’ The file naming convention is as follows: OCI_Global<Technology>_<DataRelease> , where technology is either ‘2G’, ‘3G’, or ‘4G’ and G stands for 'generation'. At country level the rasters depict the network coverage in each country for each technology. Therefore a country is not defined by its border extent but rather by the coverage supplied by network operators with licences in that country. In the file naming convention, countries are identified using their ISO 3166-1 code as follows: OCI<ISO2Code><Technology>_<DataRelease>. The cell values in the OCI raster is equal to 1 – approximate coverage.

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    Published by Collins Bartholomew in partnership with Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA), the Mobile Coverage Explorer is a raster data representation of the area covered by mobile cellular networks around the world. Data_MCE global coverage has been sourced from the network operators and created from submissions made directly to Collins Bartholomew or to GSMA, from operators who provide roaming detail for inclusion in the GSMA’s Network Coverage Maps web application (https://www.gsma.com/coverage). The dataset is provided at Global and National level. Global datasets contain the merged global coverages with the following file naming convention. MCE_Global<Technology>_<DataRelease>, where technology is ‘3G’. At country level the rasters depict the network coverage in each country for each technology. Therefore a country is not defined by its border extent but rather by the coverage supplied by network operators with licences in that country. In the file naming convention, countries are identified using their ISO 3166-1 code as follows: MCE_<ISO2Code><Technology>_<DataRelease>. The cell value in the MCE rasters are as follows: 1 - strong signal 2 - variable signal strength This data is supplemented with coverage created from OpenCellID (please see link in the associated resources of this metadata).