A Visual Guide to 700 MHz
We're busy with CTIA right now, but right after the show, we'll dig into that and have a map and breakdown for you guys.
So what does this mean for ATT?
Still, it is hard to imagine them launching a really major technology that excludes most rural regions and even whole states.
I would guess that they w...
Does 700 MHz improve reception?
However, 700 MHz is not much different than 850 MHz. In fact, 850 (cellular) almost starts where 700 ends. Therefore you won't see much difference compared to cellular networks.
You might see a difference compared to an al...
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When are they required to launch it?
I looked through the FCC rules and the ten-year-rule seemed to be the applicable one...right from the rules for this auction. I'll have to look into it closer after C...
Does Verizon's total 700 MHz holdings equal more than AT&T's?
I was unsure whether that map you made with AT&T's holdings represented EVERYTHING, including the Aloha purchase, or just what it won in auction 73?
I had been under the impression that it's B block purchases in combination with the Aloha purchase and other snap ups actually came to a larger (and complete) national coverage then Verizon. Is that not true?
It is much less than Verizon's in both geography and bandwidth. (Even though they may have paid slightly more when you add up auctions and all of the private purchases.)
Question about the maps
Is there any such diagram detailing the carriers current licenses for other bands like Cellular and PCS?
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