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In an auction conducted by the UK telecoms regulator, Ofcom, 12 companies were awarded new radio spectrum in the 1781.7 to 1785 MHz and 1876.7 to 1880 MHz ranges. These companies are BT, Cable & Wireless UK, Colt Mobile Telecommunications, Cyberpress, FMS Solutions, Mapesbury Communications, O2 (UK), Opal Telecom, PLDT (UK), Shyam Telecom UK, Spring Mobil and Teleware. While Ofcom was hoping for diversity in technology and services, many of the license holders are aiming to use the spectrum to provide indoor GSM coverage to enable a private GSM network within an office to integrate with a company's fixed-telephony services

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Engineering & Technology  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 9 )