The Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Assn. (CEMA) says it recently filed a proposal with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to reserve 36 MHz of radio frequency bandwidth for a broadcast service to mobile receivers. CEMA has suggested that the radio spectrums between 746 and 764 MHz and 776 and 794 MHz (currently UHF TV channels 60 through 62 and 65 through 67) be dedicated to digital audio and high capacity data services. The channels will become available in 2006 as the switch ...
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