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January 6, 2012, 4 Comments

We have now finished reviewing the dismal (partial) list of historic FCC spectrum management engineering mistakes, and in this final part of the series we’ll look at some suggestions for […]

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FCC Spectrum Management Mistakes: The “Sweet Sixteen” List – Part 3

November 29, 2011, No comments

In this post we will finish the list of FCC historic spectrum management mistakes that began with Part 1 of this series. 12.  Land Mobile “Re-farmi ...

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LBA’s Chris Horne Warns of Spectrum-Splitting Issues

November 4, 2011, No comments

Just three decades after the first generation of wireless telephone technology was introduced, engineers, wireless operators, and industry analysts ar ...

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FCC Spectrum Management Mistakes: The “Sweet Sixteen” List – Part 2

October 27, 2011, 1 Comment

Now, we continue the long list of FCC historic spectrum management mistakes that began with Part 1 of this blog series. 6.  Nextel (1990s).  Back wh ...

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    LBA Urges FCC to Incentivize AM Colocation
    October 11, 2011, 3 Comments

    LBA Group has asked the Federal Communications Commission to speed up broadband deployment by promoting wireless antenna collocation on AM towers. How? By cutting local red tape for collocations and […]

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    Wireless Signal Booster Rules Coming
    April 18, 2011, No comments

    Recent legal cases between some wireless carriers and manufacturers of signal boosters also known as handset amplifiers have moved the FCC to issue a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to […]

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    EBS Substantial Service Deadline Extended!
    March 31, 2011, No comments

    Great news for Educational Broadband Service (EBS) license holders, the Federal Communications Commission has granted an extension to file showings of Substantial Service for EBS license holders. On March 21, […]

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    Doing Our Part for Broadband Acceleration!
    March 10, 2011, No comments

    The collocation of broadband facilities’ on AM broadcast towers has been recognized by the Federal Communications Commission as one way to expedite the provision of new broadband services. See a […]