Modulation Sciences Granted 2 GHz License for Testing

The FCC's Office of Engineering and Technology recently granted Modulation Sciences a license in the 2 GHz band for testing data return link equipment used in connection with ENG activities. The Modulation Sciences license covers operations in the 2025-2025.5 MHz and 2109.5-2110 MHz bands. Additional license grants
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The FCC's Office of Engineering and Technology recently granted Modulation Sciences a license in the 2 GHz band for testing data return link equipment used in connection with ENG activities. The Modulation Sciences license covers operations in the 2025-2025.5 MHz and 2109.5-2110 MHz bands.

Additional license grants allotted between Jan. 1 to Feb. 1, 2006 include the following:

• Nextel was awarded a license to operate on TV channel 61 (752 to 758 MHz) in order to evaluate DVB-H mobile video technology for broadcasting video, audio and data to handheld devices. The license is for mobile use in Reston, Va.

• Northrop Grumman received a license to operate on 752.625 MHz "for characterizing wireless communications systems for the public safety community."

• Freescale Semiconductor was granted a license to operate in the 470 to 550 MHz band (TV channel 14 through the lower 2 MHz of TV channel 27) to demonstrate digitally transmitted video at the CES2007 in Las Vegas, Jan. 3-10, 2007.

• VSL Networks was awarded a license to operate at 14 GHz for testing mobile vehicle antennas in a 100-mile radius surrounding Braddock Heights, Md.

• Jay Rusgrove received a license for use in the 135.7 to 137.8 KHz region of the spectrum to research propagation effects, low data rate transmission and to conduct a comparison of suitable transmitting antennas with a fixed antenna at Burlington, Conn.

For details on these and other experimental licenses, enter the call sign on the FCC Experimental Licensing System Call Sign Search Web page to view the application, exhibits and grant.