AT&T, Verizon, others look to high-band spectrum to clear a path to 5G

Allnet licensed spectrum mapA sizeable amount of high-band spectrum currently in the FCC's hands is increasingly catching the attention of carriers like AT&T and Verizon, who have lofty 5G ambitions. Where is that spectrum available? How much of each spectrum band -- 24 GHz, 28-29 GHz, 31 GHz and 39 GHz -- is up for grabs? In its latest feature, FierceWirelessTech takes a closer look at these questions.

With the help of Allnet Insights & Analytics, this report maps out the spectrum bands currently under FCC control and how much of it is available. It also discusses which spectrum bands are best for certain applications, such as point-to-point backhaul.

Check out this new FierceWirelessTech report here.

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