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Channel 55

Channel 55 refers to several television stations. This frequency was formerly in use by MediaFLO, a US system developed by Qualcomm to send video and media to mobile devices, which was discontinued in February 2011, with the bandspace sold by Qualcomm where possible to AT&T Mobility for wireless communications:

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