DoD has 'grave concerns' about 1700 MHz

Silva, Jeffrey
June 2001
RCR Wireless News;6/4/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 23, p33
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Focuses on the concerns of the United States Department of Defense over the reallocation of the 1700 megahertz band and relocation of military radio systems to alternative frequencies for third generation wireless services. Memorandum submitted by the Joint Staff regarding the issue; Reason for developing the memorandum; Information on the 1700 MHz band.


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