FCC to let T-Mobile test spectrum sharing in 1755-1780 MHz band; Dell'Oro says wireless backhaul will be $9B market by 2016

Quick news from around the Web.

> FCC allows T-Mobile to test spectrum sharing in 1755-1780 MHz band. Article

> Zinwave's new DAS software targets U.S. market. Release

> European LTE operators look to new pricing strategies. Article

> Elektrobit demos LTE Band 14 functionality for public-safety markets. Release

> Judge urges LightSquared lenders to compromise with Harbinger. Article

> Dell'Oro: Wireless backhaul will be a $9B market by 2016. Article

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