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FCC Approves Reorganization Plan for Wireless Band

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Thursday approved a plan to reorganize a band of airwaves in hopes of promoting further deployment of wireless high-speed Internet access. The band, which includes more than 190 megahertz of valuable spectrum, is primarily used by education institutions for programs like distance learning and by companies including Sprint Corp. and Nextel Communications Inc. The agency approved a plan that would allow greater flexibility for using the airwaves and continue to allow education organizations to lease their spectrum in the band for commercial services, like wireless high-speed Internet services, known as broadband. Full Story

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