SBT loses bid to stop 800 Mhz relocation

March 1999
RCR;03/15/99, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p3
Trade Publication
Discloses that a federal court of appeals has denied an emergency motion for a stay filed by Small Business in Telecommunications designed to stop the 800 megahertz relocation process. Background on the case; United States Federal Communications Commission's argument that the motion was a writ of mandamus.


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