B2B Articles - Jun 20, 2010 11:42:50 PM

FCC To Free 300MHz Of Spectrum For Broadband Use Over Five Years

The Federal Communications Commission has set about freeing 300MHz of spectrum from satellite services to be used for wireless broadband internet over the next five years. With the overwhelming hunger for broadband internet, the FCC will need to sap resources from wherever possible for use in the consumer market. The effort titled the "National Broadband Plan" will reclaim services from TV broadcasters, Mobile Satellite Service band and MSS.

Notes: The FCC allows secondary-market spectrum leasing, which Verizon has started to consider making use of. Verizon is considering leasing some of it's newly awarded 700MHz band to rural operators in order to build it's 4G network.

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