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FirstNet board approves spectrum-lease agreement with state of Texas

By September 10, 2014 News, Industry News No Comments

FirstNet board members approve a three-year spectrum-management-lease agreement (SMLA) with the state of Texas, providing some spectral stability to the public-safety LTE network deployed in Harris County, Texas—the first such operational network to be established in the United States.

FirstNet board members approve a three-year spectrum-management-lease agreement (SMLA) with the state of Texas, providing some spectral stability to the public-safety LTE network deployed in Harris County, Texas—the first such operational network to be established in the United States.

The SMLA with Texas is “similar in content and focus” to other SMLAs approved by FirstNet, FirstNet Chairwoman Sue Swenson said during a special meeting of the FirstNet board.

“Texas can move on,” Swenson said at the conclusion of the meeting, which was conducted via teleconference.

Donny Jackson. “FirstNet board approves spectrum-lease agreement with state of Texas” Urgent Communications, 15 August 2014. Web. 10 September 2014.

http://urgentcomm.com/public-safety-broadbandfirstnet/firstnet-board-approves-spectrum-lease-agreement-state-texas

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