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FCC to vote September 28th on proposal auctioning UHF spectrum, Weird Al might still approve

Technology / Mobile : Engadget: Mobile

The FCC has been more than a little eager to repurpose spectrum as wireless internet access takes off: white spaces and iDEN frequencies have already switched roles, and that's not including the myriad of spectrum swaps. Add one mor...

FCC may bring utilities frequency relief

Utilities / Energy : Smart Grid

A new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposal would give utilities free access the underutilized 4.9 GHz radio spectrum, a frequency range currently dedicated exclusively to public safety organizations. The 50 MHz of space,...

700 MHz Public Safety Service: Being a Governmental Entity Is Just Not Enough

Utilities / Communication : CommLawBlog

FCC declares that government users must show that their proposed uses of spectrum qualify as “public safety service” The FCC has issued a declaratory ruling clarifying eligible uses of broadband public safety frequencies in the 700 ...

FCC Floats a Novel Way of Allocating Spectrum

Utilities / Communication : CommLawBlog

Going beyond ordinary auctions, an FCC working paper proposes a new approach based on mathematical game theory. The FCC is looking at a new way of allocating radio frequencies. One of the FCC’s most difficult jobs is squeezing an ev...

FCC Pressed to Extend Nosebleed Spectrum for Communications Use

Utilities / Communication : CommLawBlog

Three parties seek service rules or waivers for the 102-109.5 GHz band. The FCC’s licensing and service rules presently provide for use of spectrum up to 95 GHz, an extremely high frequency. Now the FCC is considering requests to go...

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