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May 24, 2011, 3:02 PM

error correction: Clear currently uses 10 MHz WiMAX TDD channels

Something is amiss in this Phonescoop news item and in the Fierce Wireless article to which it links.

Yes, BRS/EBS 2500-2600 MHz channelization is variably 5.5 MHz or 6 MHz bandwidth. See the band plan:

http://wireless.fcc.gov/services/brsebs/data/BRS-EBS ... »

But, as Clear controls nearly all of the spectrum in this band, it does not have to respect the boundaries among electromagnetically adjacent channels.

For example, Clear currently deploys mobile WiMAX using the 10 MHz TDD (time division duplex) profile. Each WiMAX 10 MHz channel spans portions of two or three adjacent BRS/EBS 5.5 MHz or 6 MHz channels.

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