Google applies for an FCC radio license - most likely for developing mobile tech

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Jan 25 2013 - 11:55am

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The Wall Street Journal reports that Google has applied to the FCC for a license to fire up an experimental radio service around its Mountain View, CA headquarters. But as Google's small-scale wireless network would be on frequencies -- from 2524 to 2625 megahertz -- that aren't accessed by nearly any consumer mobile device out now, it's likely they want to experiment with developing wireless data delivery technology. 

"Those frequencies, which could work well in densely populated areas, could be important in the future because mobile operators in China, Brazil and Japan already are building wireless networks using them, meaning that compatible devices eventually will be manufactured..." reports The Journal.

Read more in The Wall Street Journal here and Digital Trends here.


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