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Brazil to allocate 450 MHz spectrum to reduce digital divide

Tuesday 11 January 2011 | 06:50 CET | News
The CDMA Development Group (CDG) has welcomed the new regulations of channelization and conditions of use of spectrum in the 450 MHz band recently issued by Brazilian telecoms regulator Anatel. Under the new regulations, the 450-470 MHz band will be cleared and allocated to deliver fixed and mobile services, including the full range of international mobile telecommunications services nationwide in Brazil. The spectrum will be allocated on a primary (non-exclusive) basis for mobile services (SMP), fixed telephone services (STFC) as well as multimedia communication services (SCM). The 450 MHz

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