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Figure 12: Spectrum License Maps 28
Figure 13: Proposed Cap of Spectrum Below 2.3 GHz 31
Figure 14: Disguised Cellular Tower in Eureka, California 37
ARPU Average Revenue per User
CDMA Code-Division Multiple Access
CMA Cellular Market Area
DOJ Department of Justice
ETF early termination fee
FCC Federal Communications Commission
GSM Global System for Mobile Communication
HHI Herfindahl-Hirschman Index
ILEC Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier
LNP local number portability
MSA Metropolitan Statistical Area
MVNO mobile virtual network operators
REA Regional Economic Area
RSA Rural Service Area
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