FCC sets aside 25 MHz to meet wireless-bandwidth needs

05/21/2010 | PCWorld

The FCC on Thursday freed up 25 MHz of wireless frequencies by adding mobile to the list of uses allowed under Wireless Communications Service spectrum rules. Satellite-radio provider Sirius XM and others have fought the plan over interference concerns with the 2.3-MHz band spectrum. The WCS spectrum amounts to only 5% of the 500 MHz the FCC has said will be needed to meet demand for wireless-broadband services.

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