Google building secret wireless network, says it involves ‘highly competitive consumer electronics’

Google building secret wireless network, says it involves ‘highly competitive consumer electronics’

Rumors have been swirling for months that Google has big wireless plans, possibly including a partnership with Dish , which hasn’t been shy about telegraphing its intentions to build a cellular LTE network . Now, the pieces may be falling into place: Google is planning to build a secret wireless network on its Mountain View campus. According to FCC filings spotted by wireless engineer Steven Crowley , it’s a pretty hefty test: Google says it will use up to 50 base stations and 200 “user devices” (perhaps Android smartphones?) during the experimental period. Intriguingly, the temporary wireless network will operate in two narrow slivers of the 2.5GHz frequency band, which just so happens to be the territory of Clearwire — the same… Continue reading…

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Google building secret wireless network, says it involves ‘highly competitive consumer electronics’

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