CEA, CTIA tout radical broadcast plan to free spectrum

12/22/2009 | Multichannel News

The government could free up an enormous amount of wireless-broadband spectrum by making a sweeping change in broadcast-television technology, the Consumer Electronics Association and CTIA-The Wireless Association said in a joint FCC filing. The groups urged the FCC to convert the stations' present platform to a system of multiple, low-power transmitters, a move that they argued would reduce interference and free up 100 to 180 MHz for mobile broadband.

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