Latency - Network latency is the time it takes for packets to travel through a network segment.
Long-Term Evolution (LTE) - Global network standard for 4G high speed data network.
Low-Band - The lower part of the electromagnetic spectrum used by cellular communications, generally comprising frequencies below 1GHz. These lower-frequency bands have been the most used to power 3G and 4G networks, and provide broader coverage, as they travel across great distances (lower free-space attenuation) and penetrate walls more easily. On the other hand, lower frequencies imply lower bandwidth a smaller capacity to carry data.