condoe3 Sunday, 12/04/16 01:42:49 PM Re: None Post # of 76 Our Spectrum Our spectrum portfolio includes 635 licenses for channels in the 38.6-40.0 GHz (39 GHz) spectrum and 103 licenses in the 24 GHz spectrum and extends over substantially all of the continental U.S., with a population of over 300 million. We have one of the largest and most comprehensive FCC-granted millimeter wave spectrum license portfolios in the U.S. including, on average, over 740 MHz in the top 20 metropolitan areas. In the aggregate, our licenses represent approximately 1.55 billion channel pops. 24 GHz SMSA licenses represent those licenses granted by the FCC that encompass Statistical Metropolitan Service Areas. FiberTower holds 102 such SMSAs. FiberTower holds one Basic Economic Area, or BEA, license in the 24 GHz band. For both SMSAs and BEAs in the 24 GHz band, each channel represents 80 MHz. 39 GHz BEA licenses represent only those licenses granted by the FCC that encompass Basic Economic Areas. FiberTower holds 352 such BEAs. 39 GHz Rectangular Service Area (RSA) or "legacy" licenses were granted prior to the FCC awarding BEAs at auction. The RSAs were grandfathered into Basic Economic Areas and have different regulatory characteristics. FiberTower holds 283 RSAs. Two RSA's hold 2 channels. Five RSAs hold a half channel. For both 39 GHz BEAs and 39 GHz RSAs, each channel represents 100 MHz. (3) Total channel pops shown in millions of pops per Basic Economic Area (based on 2000 census data).