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Exploding the Myth that Unlicensed Spectrum Means Unreliable Service

White Paper Published By: Motorola
Motorola
Published:  Oct 30, 2007
Type:  White Paper
Length:  4 pages

For many wireless broadband network operators, the term "unlicensed reliability" is seen as an oxymoron. For many, the idea of building a high-speed network in the unlicensed band isn't a good one. A great deal has been said about crowded frequencies, self-interference and costly network rips. About how microwaving popcorn can cause interference. About disgruntled and perplexed customers. And ex-customers.



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