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Apple Not a Fan of FCC's 700MHz Interoperability Plan

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Jayshmay

Aug 23, 2013, 12:14 PM

Apple isn't a wireless carrier!

This is none of Apple's business! Spectrum is an issue between the FCC and wireless carriers, NOT manufacturers.

I swear, Apple is like the North Korea of the technology world.
But Apple does have the manufacturing cost of supporting those bands on their devices. So, I can see why they are concerned. Not that it matters. They already sell inferior crap at a premium price. So, they would definitely pocket any savings rather t...
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I hope Apple will have a hard time convincing the FCC to agree to this request. It greatly placates the largest carriers that have vested interests in these smaller rural areas. I suspect these carriers will keep their mouths shut during this time on ...
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To be fair, Apple does bear the engineering cost of complying with this mandate. This is a mandate that applies to phones, not networks.
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Jayshmay said:
This is none of Apple's business! Spectrum is an issue between the FCC and wireless carriers, NOT manufacturers.

I swear, Apple is like the North Korea of the technology world.


You completely misse...
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Jellz

Aug 23, 2013, 12:58 PM

Channel 51?

What does that have to do with anything? Never heard of that.
It's a UHF broadcast (over the air) TV channel. It occupies 692 - 698 MHz, which is next to the lower 700 MHz band that USCC and others use for LTE.
 
 
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