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Friday / 11:11 AM
Repacking Plan Could Scatter UHF Stations Throughout 600 MHz Wireless Band, Duplex Gap
Proposal could put TV stations in the middle of wireless operators uplink band.
Friday / 09:23 AM
FCC Clarifies Auction Pricing, EOBC Disputes It
Organizers of the 2016 TV spectrum incentive auction said a pricing discrepancy in official documents represented a floor and a potential goal, not a vacillation.
Friday / 03:42 PM
Investigating Interference Between 4G LTE and Broadcast
There are a growing number of cases where there has been actual or alleged interference to 4G LTE installations.
Friday / 02:37 PM
McAdams On: FCC Schism and its Impact on the Auction
The monthly open meeting of the five FCC commissioners this week was three-hour affair of protests, exposition and verbal pugilism according to Robert’s Rules of Order.
Thursday / 03:54 PM
FCC Aims to Clear 84 MHz of TV Spectrum
Regulators today approved proposed proposals to clear 84 MHz of TV spectrum, establish opening bid prices and develop procedures to close the 2016 incentive auction.
Wednesday / 02:49 PM
Incentive Auction Bidding Rules Comment Cycle Extended
The comment cycle for proposed rules governing the bidding process in the 2016 Spectrum Incentive Auction had been extended in the wake of the $41 billion dollars raised in the AWS auction.
Friday / 10:06 AM
UHF Spectrum: Broadcasting Versus Broadband in Europe
Broadcasters in the U.S. aren't the only ones facing competition from wireless broadband for their UHF spectrum.
Friday / 09:57 AM
Study Supports UHF for Wi-Fi over Mobile Communications
European report recommends reserving 90 MHz of the UHF TV spectrum for free use.


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