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Bloomberg Technology


A bold plan to open up spectrum could rock the wireless industry and prove a $260 billion win for consumers. Guess-who would also make out all right.

Citizens Broadband Radio Service, or CBRS, is a fat slice of the U.S. airwaves being freed this year from the military’s exclusive control. Instead of just zipping messages between aircraft carriers and fighter jets, the spectrum will be shared by the Navy, wireless carriers like Verizon, cable companies including Comcast, and even hospitals, refineries and sports stadiums.

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