Spectrum Shake-Up for Global 3G?

Gohring, Nancy
January 2000
Telephony;01/10/2000, Vol. 238 Issue 2, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on the additional megahertz of spectrum that the International Telecommunication Union and some companies believe will be needed for future 3G services. Frequency ranges pointed out by the European community as potentially viable worldwide; Comments from Richard Engelman, chief of the planning and negotiating division for the international bureau of the United States Federal Communications Commission; Observations on the issue.


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