Cable Europe claims LTE in 800 Mhz could interfere with set-top boxes; Leap moves forward with LTE

> LTE handsets operating in the 800MHz Digital Dividend band could cause interference to set-top boxes and cable modems, warns Cable Europe, a European trade association. Article

> Leap Wireless is moving forward with LTE  with plans to launch an LTE test market next year. Article

> Airspan Networks announced that Grid Net has completed a successful interoperability test with Airspan's 4G wireless infrastructure solution. Article

> Vodafone Germany has launched LTE services in the Heiligendamm, a German seaside resort. It is the first of more than 1,000 communities across the country to be served with LTE mobile broadband services by December. Article

> American Airlines today launched its latest customer convenience tool, the mobile WiFi Widget, which allows customers to easily identify WiFi equipped aircraft while on the go. Article

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