02.12.2007 08:00 AM
AZCAR to help broadcasters with spectrum relocation

AZCAR has entered into an agreement with Sprint Nextel to provide specialized training services related to the 2GHz TV BAS relocation project to more than 900 U.S. TV stations throughout the remainder of 2007 and all of 2008. The contract is valued at more than $6 million.

The FCC has charged Sprint Nextel and incumbent licensees in the 1.9GHz-2.1GHz range with transitioning that spectrum to new uses under a new band plan. Based in Pittsburgh, AZCAR will help broadcasters navigate the complexities of the spectrum relocation and to understand the new equipment that is currently being installed around the country.

AZCAR is a technology integration company that provides HD digital media technology solutions for the broadcast industry. The company provides consulting, engineering, systems design, integration and project management services.

For more information, visit www.AZCAR.com.



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