Obama administration to study DoD spectrum for broadband; Research: Mobile backhaul revenues to reach $8B by 2015

> The Wi-Fi Alliance is launching a campaign to urge consumers to configure routers and devices to use WPA2 on all their wireless WiFi equipment. Article

> U.K. regulator Ofcom has published its proposals for the introduction of spectrum trading in the U.K. mobile market. The guidelines allow for trading of all 900MHz, 1800MHz and 2100MHz spectrum. Article

> Dish Networks' $1 billion purchase of bankrupt satellite firm DBSD North America has sparked speculation among analysts about Dish Networks CEO Charlie Ergen's plans to consolidate spectrum. Article

> The Obama administration is going to investigate a swath of spectrum currently being used by the Defense Department and federal law enforcement agencies to see if it would be suitable for commercial mobile broadband. Article

> Dell ‘Oro Group forecasts mobile backhaul market revenues to exceed $8 billion by 2015. Release

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