Full Spectrum Starts Offering Mobile Broadband Data System in Washington D.C.
September 21, 2010 Leave a comment
Capacity on the network is available to organizations who need fixed or mobile data on an exclusive or shared basis. The company will be able to supply frequencies for purchase with its equipment for mission critical entities that need complete network control.
Given the rise of smartphones and their excessive use for real-time audio and video streaming which congests the public wireless network, I take it as the utilities companies will be jumping on this opportunity as they need network access during emergencies and power outages when public wireless networks are unavailable.
Full Spectrum controls the 218-219 MHz band today in the Washington DC metropolitan area and has access to other frequencies from the secondary markets.