Synthetic, Your lack of knowledge regarding wireless technology and CVUS's competition is astounding.
There is essentially no difference between 28gh and 38ghz, and the differences that do exist will eventually be compensated for by advancing radio technology.
WCII has been providing telephone service (local, long distance thru resale, and isp, and in 98 will provide ATM & Frame Relay) in NYC for 18 long months. CVUS just figured out that they are in the wrong market and finally decided to enter the phone business.
Teligent, at 24ghz is ~18months behind WCII in providing phone svc (but light years ahead of CVUS) but has raised almost $1 billion to roll out a national company and will eventually be successful.
ARTT (Advanced Radio Telecom) has risen from $7 to 14 in the last 2 months, because the spectrum they own (38ghz) dwarfs the spectrum that CVUS controls. ARTT at $14 ($250 mil market cap)is still undervalued because they own as much spectrum (approximately) as Teligent (~$1.5 billion mkt cap)but don't have the management and have'nt articulated a coherent business plan (sound familiar???????).
Broaden your horizons and you may learn something, rather than being a (weak) cheerleader for a deeply flawed company.