The military releases 100MHz spectrum, which the United States will use to expand 5g coverage

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 The military releases 100MHz spectrum, which the United States will use to expand 5g coverage


Krazios said the move will allow us to maximize the use of 5g spectrum without compromising national security.

Dana Deasy, chief information officer of the U.S. Department of defense, said the military uses the spectrum for important radar operations, including air missile defense systems.

FCC chairman Ajit Pai said the mid band spectrum is considered key to 5g wireless networks because it provides geographic coverage and the ability to transmit large amounts of data.

It is expected that the next generation of 5G wireless networks will play an important role in connecting and enabling high-speed video transmission and self driving cars.

The FCC has been expanding the spectrum opening to enable 5g wireless networks in the United States to be launched as soon as possible, while ensuring that there are enough spectrum resources to handle the growing Internet and wireless transmission.

For the release of this plan, FCC chairman Pai greatly appreciated. PAYE said the FCC is looking forward to quickly adopting service rules to bring spectrum to market. This is a key milestone in ensuring the leadership of 5g in the United States, he said

In October 2018, US President trump signed a presidential memorandum instructing the US Department of Commerce to formulate a long-term national spectrum integrated strategy to prepare for the development of 5g wireless network. Trump has set up the White House spectrum strategy working group and asked federal agencies to report on the governments spectrum needs, and to review the way spectrum is shared with private sector users. CTIA, the US wireless industry organization, also welcomed the US governments plan to auction 100 MHz mid band spectrum. Opening up this critical mid-range spectrum for commercial operations will enhance the competitiveness of the United States in a 5g ecosystem, merith Attwell Baker, President and chief executive of CTIA, said in a statement (Tianmen Mountain) source: Netease science and technology report editor in charge: Wang Fengzhi_ NT2541

In October 2018, US President trump signed a presidential memorandum instructing the US Department of Commerce to formulate a long-term national spectrum integrated strategy to prepare for the development of 5g wireless network. Trump has set up the White House spectrum strategy working group and asked federal agencies to report on the governments spectrum needs, and to review the way spectrum is shared with private sector users.

CTIA, the US wireless industry organization, also welcomed the US governments plan to auction 100 MHz mid band spectrum. Opening up this critical mid-range spectrum for commercial operations will enhance the competitiveness of the United States in a 5g ecosystem, merith Attwell Baker, President and chief executive of CTIA, said in a statement (Tianmen Mountain)