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I have two sites that have WiMAX in Toledo Ohio my question is, those sites will stay alive and then they add TD LTE on top of that? I heard that it was a software overlay but can that do two jobs at once? Someone fill me in

 

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We are not 100% certain how they will handle WiMax Protection Sites at this time. However, Protection Sites are probably the lowest priority. They may never be converted at all. They don't have to.

 

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