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Clearwire in a tizzy over 2.5 GHz spectrum re-use from community college

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Author: WildC@rd

It goes like this: Clearwire signs lease with Peralta Community College last December to lease its 2.5GHz radio spectrum so that it can offer its wireless broadband Internet service. Then, all of a sudden, Peralta cancels contract without notice and Clearwire gets miffed -- and asks judge to block that action. Peralta Community College, located around the San Francisco area, says that the lease stipulated that Clearwire would give a major cash infusion or key equipment to the college, which is has not done -- hence, the lease was terminated for that reason. Ok, who is telling the truth, here?
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