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850 MHz Cellular License Maps (no PCS systems)
These maps display the named owner of the cellular licenses as reported by the FCC. These are only the licenses defined by the FCC as "Cellular" and are using 850 MHz channels. NOTE about 850 MHz Coverage maps.


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NOTE ABOUT 850 MHz COVERAGE:

850 MHz was the first cellular band in the US, located in the 824 to 896 MHz frequency range and was believed to have superior coverage characteristics. The FCC has since assigned additional frequency bands for cellular and wireless use, each with the potential to provide equal or better coverage under certain circumstances. The FCC cellular assignments that are generally used by wireless devices in the US now utilize the following frequency bands: Because the 850 MHz band is no longer dominant either by use or by propagation characteristics, we will no longer be updating the associated 850 MHz maps. The data on these regional maps were accurate as of 2012.
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