FCC approves AT&T's 2.3 GHz WCS spectrum plan; Tower sector predicts growth from public-safety broadband network

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> FCC approves AT&T's 2.3 GHz WCS spectrum plan. Article

> Spirent enables MSOs to validate mobile network offload and massive-scale Wi-Fi networks. Release

> Leap launches LTE service in Las Vegas. Article

> VoLTE 'ready for widespread commercial deployment.' Article

> Telecom Italia aims to win LTE launch race, but Vodafone may spoil party. Article

> Nokia Siemens working on 2.6 GHz TD-LTE deployment in Spain. Article

> Tower sector predicts growth from public-safety broadband network. Article

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