WISPA challenges 4.9 GHz interference claims in comments to FCC

12/3/2012 | FierceBroadbandWireless

The Wireless Internet Service Providers Association is calling for an independent study to determine whether unlicensed spectrum in the 4.9 GHz band can be used for commercial mobile-broadband services without causing interference for public-safety operators. "By using geolocation database capabilities and ensuring that public safety users have priority access during times of incidents, the concerns of those opposing or suggesting deferral of consideration for secondary use can be alleviated," the group wrote in comments to the Federal Communications Commission.

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