Two sides tussle over 700 MHz

06/29/2007 | RCR Wireless News

Criterion Economics has released a study (funded by Verizon Communications) that says Frontline Communications' plan for a shared commercial-public network for emergency use could cost public-safety agencies $9 billion over six years. CTIA-The Wireless Association® has also accused Frontline of misrepresenting the nature of the wireless marketplace, saying carriers "do not, and cannot as a practical matter, warehouse spectrum as Frontline alleges." Meanwhile, Northrop Grumman has told the FCC that an open-access, shared commercial-public network for emergency use, as proposed by Frontline, would not compromise first-responder communications.

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