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FCC approves LTE gear from LG, WiMAX says 'welcome to the party'

Chris Ziegler
03.18.09
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It's not anything cool like a phone or a laptop, but LTE gear of any sort operating on North American frequencies is pretty rare at the moment, so we'll take what we can get. LG has slid its LEO3 "user equipment" through the FCC's labs, talkin' Long Term Evolution on the 1700MHz AWS band and filed under the FCC's Licensed Non-Broadcast Station Transmitter category -- in other words, infrastructure equipment that none of us will ever see, but we'll certainly be glad it's there when we're clipping along at 50Mbps or so. Verizon, we know you've partnered with Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson, but is there any chance this is your stuff?

[Via Phone Scoop]

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