The Local Multipoint Distribution Service (LMDS) band was made available by the FCC via Auction 17 in 1998, which sought to dedicate licensed spectrum for “wireless fiber”, supporting high-speed data connections. The current LMDS band plan, which is subject to Part 101 rules, consists of two channel blocks, the A Block and B Block, with each block being partitioned into two distinct sub-band channels. The A Block offers channels A2 and A3, each 150 MHz wide for a total of 300 MHz of capacity; the B Block offers channels B1 and B2, each 75 MHz wide for a total of 150 MHz of capacity.
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