CIN: 3 in 1

Drucker, Elliott
May 2009
Wireless Week;5/1/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p23
Trade Publication
The article discusses the advantages of a Critical Infrastructure Network (CIN). It cites that CIN can accommodate public safety, utilities and remote rural areas using one network. It indicates that CIN works on a combined 700 megahertz spectrum which comprises public safety broadband block and the commercial D block.


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