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Old 08-20-2014, 2:58 PM
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"15 years to build and it will have to shut down in 5 years because it is in the UHF-T band"

I am still of the opinion that T band is not going away anytime soon, there isn't enough 700 mhz non LTE bandwidth out there to make of for it's loss.Just figure the amount of MHZ that is used on T band channels 14 through 20, that's 42mhz of bandwidth. LA has already said so, and I am sure New York will chime in at a later date.

I also happen to be a licensee of some T band channels, Congress and the FCC have failed up to this point on how they intent to deal with that situation. If the FCC says tough luck go somewhere else that would be a precedent that I am sure a lot of businesses would not like to hear.
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