Renewed Pledge To Fixed Wireless
- FCC to firm up plans for channels 60-69 in December. Weaver, Heather Forsgren // RCR;11/22/99, Vol. 18 Issue 47, p10
Informs that the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to announce in December 1999 which sectors of the wireless industry will be able to use spectrum made available with the transition to digital TV. Scheduled auction by April 2000; Transitioning of channels 60-69...
- BIGGER GETS BETTER. Bischoff, Glenn; Ryan, Vincent; Carroll, Kelly // Telephony;11/12/2001, Vol. 241 Issue 20, p8
Focuses on the spectrum ruling of the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) which could lead to a possible trend of merger among wireless carriers in the country. Amount of commercial mobile radio service spectrum allowed by the FCC to be owned by carriers; Importance of...
- Using the new spectrum most efficiently. Stewart, Alan // America's Network;8/1/94, Vol. 98 Issue 15, p14
Focuses on the use of the accepted Federal Communication Commission (FCC) spectrum allocation for broadband personal communication services (PCS). Use of the spectrum for digital PCS; Similarities and differences of the spectrum; Digital techniques of using the frequency spectrum.
- Time is money for 60-69ers. McConnell, Bill // Broadcasting & Cable;03/26/2001, Vol. 131 Issue 13, p40
Reports on the United States Federal Communications Commission's plan to auction channels 60 to 69 to wireless communication companies as of March 26, 2001. Television broadcasting executive Lowell Paxson's plan to arrange early buyout deals with wireless companies.
- 60-69 or fight. McConnell, Bill // Broadcasting & Cable;05/01/2000, Vol. 130 Issue 19, p20
Reports on the United States Federal Communications Commission's plan to auction off frequency spectrum used for television channels 60 to 69 as of May 1, 2000. Wireless communication firms' call on the agency to delay the auction.
- Hats Off To Spectrum Cap. Vaughan, Allyson // Wireless Week;10/22/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 43, p1
Reports that the United States (U.S.) Federal Communications Commission is expected to raise the amount of spectrum that U.S. wireless carriers can acquire, as of October 22, 2001. Reactions of carriers and legislators to the plan to eliminate the spectrum cap; Significance of the move for carriers.
- Wi-Fi In-flight Auction Lands the U.S. Treasury $38.3 Million. Bernstein, Jared // EContent;Jul/Aug2006, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p16
This article reports on the auction of frequencies for in-flight wireless Internet access on all domestic flights, which was held by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in June 2006. AC Bidco LLC came out on top with the highest bid. For $31.3 million, it received an FCC license for...
- Wireless Spectrum Changes Bring New Opportunities in 2015. Crosby, Mark // Urgent Communications Exclusive Insight;12/17/2014, p1
The article discusses the role of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in regulating wireless spectrum changes in 2015. It highlights the FCC's approach in handling nincompoops whose licenses that are reported as non-compliant wideband emission designators. It also emphasizes the...
- FCC tweaks rules to keep pace with technology. Weaver, Heather Forsgren // RCR Wireless News;3/14/2005, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p10
Reports on the adoption of rules in spectrum related proceedings by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to help increase the development of wireless broadband technologies in the U.S. in 2005. Views of FCC Commissioner Kathleen Abernathy on the adoption; Creation of a hybrid...