Analysis: "Robust" spectrum could reshape industry

The FCC's Jan. 24 auction of the 700-MHz spectrum could revolutionize wireless communications largely because of the strength of the frequencies, which are currently used by UHF-TV broadcasters. "This is the most important auction we've ever had," said Art Brodsky, a spokesman for consumer-advocacy group Public Knowledge. "The spectrum is more robust than any slice we have seen before and it's more robust than any we will see for a while."

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