AT&T Exec Shares Capacity-Based FirstNet Band 14 Deployment Plans With Congress

AT&T will deploy infrastructure on the 20 MHz of 700 MHz Band 14 spectrum that is licensed to FirstNet only in geographic locations where the carrier giant determines it needs additional bandwidth capacity, an AT&T executive said during a Senate subcommittee hearing.

AT&T will deploy infrastructure on the 20 MHz of 700 MHz Band 14 spectrum that is licensed to FirstNet only in geographic locations where the carrier giant determines it needs additional bandwidth capacity, an AT&T executive said during a Senate subcommittee hearing yesterday.

AT&T’s contract with FirstNet requires the carrier to deploy a percentage of the public-safety network that operates on Band 14—or Band Class 14—spectrum while meeting annual benchmarks for coverage, according to Chris Sambar, senior vice president for AT&T-FirstNet.

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