New Zealand govt approves 2.3, 2.5GHz radio spectrum auction

Thursday 1 November 2007 | 22:21 CET | News
The New Zealand government has agreed to a final auction design for radio spectrum in the 2.3GHz and 2.5GHz bands, according to the country's Communications and IT Minister David Cunliffe. The move represents another key step towards the roll-out of wireless broadband access services to all New Zealanders, according to Cunliffe. The move also follows decisions at the World Radio Assembly and consideration of public feedback. The spectrum design includes four nationwide blocks, suitable for WiMAX operators which, in combination with the managed spectrum park, allows for a total of six or more

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Countries: New Zealand
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