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  • Financial Times: Radio spectrum freed for mobiles
    19 November 2007 - Valuable radio spectrum now used mainly by broadcasters is to be opened up to broadband services offered by mobile phone operators under a United Nations agreement endorsed on Friday by governments from over 160 countries...
     
  • The New York Times: After Global Agreement, Companies May Bid Higher at Wireless Auction in U.S.
    Paris, 18 November 2007  - When and if Google, Apple, Yahoo and the other anticipated players start bidding in the auction for wireless licenses in the United States in January, the prices they name could be the first measure of the impact of the monthlong global radio-frequency spectrum conference that ended in Geneva on Friday...
     
  • International Herald Tribune: Wireless broadband gets firmer footing
    Paris, 18 November 2007 - When and if Google, Apple, Yahoo and the other anticipated players start bidding in the auction for wireless licenses in the United States in January, the prices they name could be the first measure of the impact of the monthlong global radio-frequency spectrum conference that ended in Geneva on Friday...
     
  • The New York Times: Diplomats near deal on earmarking world radiowaves
    Geneva (Reuters), 13 November 2007 - An agreement on how to divide the world's radio-frequencies among satellite operators, mobile phone companies and broadcasters is close, industry and diplomatic sources said on Tuesday...
     
  • The Washington Post: Diplomats near deal on earmarking world radiowaves
    Geneva (Reuters), 13 November 2007 - An agreement on how to divide the world's radio-frequencies among satellite operators, mobile phone companies and broadcasters is close, industry and diplomatic sources said on Tuesday...
     
  • International Herald Tribune: Mobile-phone operators vie for UHF spectrum
    Berlin, 12 November 2007 - The United Nations group responsible for coordinating the world's broadcast frequencies is expected to decide by Thursday whether to transfer part of the UHF television bandwidth to phone operators, which they say would allow them to offer third-generation wireless services to more people at a lower cost...
     
  • International Herald Tribune: UN telecommuications agency endorses WiMax
    Paris, 21 October 2007 - The United Nations telecommunications agency in Geneva has given the upstart technology called WiMax a vote of approval, a sizable victory for Intel and something of a defeat for competing technologies from Qualcomm and Ericsson...
     
  • Financial Times: Wimax receives 3G green light
    20 October 2007 - Wimax has been approved as a 3G standard by the International Telecommunications Union, boosting its appeal as an alternative to existing 3G broadband data services...
     
  • The Washington Post: WiMax counts as 3G, ITU says
    20 October 2007 - WiMax earned an important seal of approval on Thursday when the Radiocommunication Sector of the International Telecommunication Union certified it as a 3G (third-generation) mobile data technology...
     
  • The New York Times: U.N. Agency Gives Boost to WiMax
    Paris, 19 October 2007 - The United Nations telecommunications agency in Geneva gave the upstart technology called WiMax a vote of approval, providing a sizable victory for Intel and something of a defeat for competing technologies from Qualcomm and Ericsson...

 

 

 

 

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