Organization says talk of reallocating spectrum for 5G does not reflect realities of global satellite usage.
Says ignoring the facts on the right amount of C-band spectrum could disrupt broadcaster’s ability to distribute content.
Just what is involved in reapportioning the 500 MHz spectrum?
The association opposes ACA Connects' proposals that it says “are out of touch with reality.”
Information requested by FCC must be submitted by May 28.
Pols ask commission to consider impact on broadcasters before opening band up.
Proposal would move certain 5G networks into C-band 'overlap.'
Association reminds agency of the critical role C-band plays in distributing TV and radio content to stations
NSR analysis says the companies stand to benefit greatly from the sale of 500MHz of C-band spectrum.
FCC wants you to register by next Wednesday
Broadcasters have until Oct. 17 to register their C-band satellite downlink sites with the FCC in order to prevent future interference.
Four major satellite operators have formed the C-Band Alliance (CBA), a consortium established to facilitate clearing part of the C-band in the United States for 5G wireless service use.
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