DISH Network may have won a leg up on starting a fixed-wireless broadband service for its satellite customers when a U.S. bankruptcy court last week ordered a Nov. 25 auction of LightSquared's assets, which include a valuable trove of wireless spectrum licenses. LightSquared had hoped to deploy its satellite spectrum to run a terrestrial-based wireless service. L-Band Acquisition, a company linked to DISH, has bid $2.2 billion for LightSquared.

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