Anatel inches toward naming C-band specs

Wendelken, Sandra
April 2000
RCR;04/17/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 16, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that Brazilian telecommunications regulatory agency Anatel is expected to name by end of April 2000 the frequency band that will be allocated for new C-band personal communications services licenses set to be auctioned in late 2000. Global system for mobile communications proponents' use of the Telecom Americas 2000 conference to tout the benefits of allocating the 1800-megahertz band.


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