Completing the FCC site registration form is the first step in protecting the C-band
The worst-case and highly-feared—yet widely anticipated—"doomsday scenario" for broadcasters (and many other satellite communications users) in the United States has taken another dramatic and strong step toward becoming reality.
FCC wants to know where all of the C-band earth stations are before opening the band to wireless service
Agency looking into opening C-band downlink spectrum for flexible use, including deployment of 5G services in the mid-band.
Proposal calls for a market-based solution establishing a C-band consortium
Oklahoma Republican tells FCC Chairman Pai no action should be taken that threatens public broadcasters
NAB, NCTA, ACA, NPR defend their distribution "backbone"
A new proposal from Intelsat and Intel that would allow for joint use of parts of the C-band spectrum (3700-4200) for 5G wireless, which would call for satellite operators to give up spectrum in metro markets for a price set by the marketplace.
Wireless carriers expected to favor auction or other approach.