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Broadband wireless players aren’t the only ones interested in the prime 2.3 GHz spectrum: XM, the satellite radio provider, just bought a bunch of 2.3 GHz licenses from a company called WCS Wireless (the 2.3 GHz band has been called the Wireless Communications Service band). The satellite radio guys use adjacent frequencies to the WCS band. This is unfortunate because it means that owners of the 2.3 GHz band in the U.S. can’t use the same gear as the Koreans will use because the U.S. users have to work around the satellite users.
Posted by nancyg at July 14, 2005 2:26 PM
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