ATT To Buy Wireless Spectrum From Aloha Partners For $2.5 Billion
October 09, 2007: 07:31 AM EST
DOW JONES NEWSWIRES
ATT Inc.'s (T) board approved the purchase of wireless spectrum
licenses from Delware limited partnership Aloha Partners L.P. for about
$2.5 billion in cash.
I finally have my contracts all hammered out. I'm ready to buy 2 Alvarion
VL radios. Looking for 5.8 gig. Standard license (25 subs, 6 meg speed).
I'll probably need some config help as this is my first set of these.
I'm also going to want 5 6 meg cpe. (looking for comnet pricing on
For anyone going to San Jose next week I wanted to make you aware that
Trango will be hosting a free Certification Training session for our
TrangoLINK-Giga licensed PTP system. The training will be held at the
San Jose Hilton (adjacent to the convention center) on Thursday Oct 18
at 12:30 PM
Good to hear you are going to use ALV!
John will get a quote over to you.
At 10:23 AM 10/9/2007, you wrote:
I finally have my contracts all hammered out. I'm ready to buy 2
Alvarion VL radios. Looking for 5.8 gig. Standard license (25
subs, 6 meg speed). I'll probably need some
What a considerable profit considering they paid 43.3 million for it in 2002.
NexGenAccess Inc. http://www.nexgenaccess.com
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You're right that Aloha paid $43.3 million for their first 77 licenses in
the auction. They then went on to buy out Cavalier and DataCom:
…In a related development, on February 1, 2005, Aloha Partners LP announced
that it will purchase Cavalier Group LLC and DataCom Wireless LLC,
As direct competition Butch Evans is completely biased towards Bluemont.
Bluemont has had many conversations with Mr. Evans concerning the
inadvertent and accidental use of his training class notification email.
Bluemont apologizes yet again.
Since we are holding training that is for
That is an insightful realization. I noticed the same thing when recently doing
my 11Ghz, 18Ghz, and 24Ghz calculations.
In terms of 9s reliabilty, the jump from 2ft-4ft didn't really make that much
difference in the Higher Ghz gear.
Not nearly as much a difference as with 5.8Ghz and
I am looking for a short (1 mile) point to point link solution for a
client. Must be 100Mbps Full-duplex or faster. Prefer NOT 5.8ghz.
** Join us at the WISPA Reception at 6:30
How about Dragon wave in UL 24GHz range?
Not making a recommendation, as I have never used dragonwave, I just
know about the product.
On Oct 9, 2007, at 10:56 PM, Travis Johnson wrote:
I am looking for a short (1 mile) point
muliple operating frequency overlay- MOFO
Atca ( telco term for a standard they use for rack mounted blade base
station equipment, with interoperability, you can potentially have a
base station unit with a Airspan blade for 3.65, an aperto blade for
5.4, and an alvarion blade for 5.8 )
There specs said 36dbm ( 5 watts ) I thought
On Oct 7, 2007, at 6:48 PM, Mike Bushard, Jr wrote:
I think it was 300Mil, not 5.
Mike Bushard, Jr
Wisper Wireless Solutions, LLC
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Again, remember that patrick works for 1 company while I personally
have the freedom as a consumer to talk to EVERYONE making equipment.
yes a licensed version will look like an unlicensed, but will be just
What is the point however of using 802.16e over
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