Better days ahead

Barthold, Jim
November 2008
Urgent Communications;Nov2008, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p24
Trade Publication
The article reports on the various reasons of public safety for adopting the 4.9 GHz licensed wireless spectrum in the U.S. The licensed spectrum is designed for the support of high-speed digital innovations and wireless local area network. In comparison of the two spectra, the 4.9 GHz and 700 MHz, Stu Overby of global spectrum strategy for Motorola states that the two differ in their purpose. The 4.9 GHz was directed primarily for on scene while the 700 MHz broadband spectrum is aimed more for wide-area coverage.


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