China Unicom starts WCDMA trials; Cablevision expands WiFi

> 2G spectrum should be reused to allow 3G to access remote areas, according to a new report from Analysys Mason. Article

> China Unicom says that it has started trials of its WCDMA network - covering 55 cities, the official Xinhua News Agency has reported. Article

> Cablevision Systems said it has expanded its wireless high-speed Internet coverage areas in New Jersey. Article

> Satellite companies Inmarsat and Solaris Mobile were on Thursday awarded rights by the European Commission to a band of radio spectrum that could be used to create new mobile and Internet services across Europe. Article

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