For the 13th year in a row, a CommScope company, will serve as official spectrum manager for the International CTIA WIRELESS 2010 trade show and conference, taking place March 23-25 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Comsearch will manage spectrum for exhibitor demonstrations and local wireless operators.
Comsearch will help ensure that the radio frequencies used in exhibitor demonstrations do not interfere with each other or with licensed wireless operators in the area. Comsearch will coordinate with area licensees, administer frequency use among exhibitors, conduct pre-show testing, and monitor on-site operation.

With exhibitors desiring more spectrum for wireless services, particularly those expected to conduct live demonstrations of next generation network technologies like LTE and WiMAX, Comsearch’s unique spectrum sharing solutions will help to ensure the event’s success.
“We again asked Comsearch to handle spectrum management needs at International CTIA WIRELESS 2010 based on their consistently strong support in the past,” said Robert Mesirow, vice president and show director for CTIA, in a statement. “Coordinating the high number of exhibitors, variety of demonstrations, and large amount of spectrum needed for the event is a challenging job that Comsearch does well.”

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