FCC halts new wireless network due to GPS interference

Issue Date: February 22, 2012
By Christine Souza

After what it called substantial testing and analysis, the Federal Communications Commission announced last week that it plans to withdraw a Virginia-based broadband company's proposal to develop a new national wireless network, citing interference with the operation of global positioning systems used by the military, first responders and agriculture for precision farming.

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