In the matter of Auction No. 31, Auction No. 44, Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association, Paxson Communications Corporation, and the Spectrum Clearing Alliance Concerning the Applications for Review of WTB Letter, April 10, 2002, DA 02-857
This Order concludes the Bureau acted correctly and find no grounds in either Application or related filings sufficient to reverse the Bureau Letter.
Service Rules for the 746-764 and 776-794 MHz Bands, and Revisions to Part 27 of the Commission's Rules
This Order adopts mechanisms and makes determinations intended to facilitate the clearing of the 740-806 MHz band to allow for the introduction of new wireless services, and to promote the early transition of analog television licensees to digital television service (DTV).
In the Matter of Service Rules for the 746-764 and 776-794 MHz Bands, and Revisions to Part 27 of the Commission's Rules
This Errata Notice, Section 27.15 is further amended in paragraph (a)(1) by deleting the reference therein to "Section 27.324" and substituting in lieu thereof a reference to "Section 1.948" of this chapter."
Memorandum Opinion and Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
This Memorandum Opinion and Order and accompanying Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking affirms the service rules adopted in the 700 MHz First Report and Order, provide additional guidance on factors considered when reviewing applications for approval of voluntary agreements accelerating the transition of incumbent analog television licensees and opening these bands for new 700 MHz licensee use, and seek comment on several aspects of the spectrum clearing process.
In this Report and Order we adopt service rules for licensing the commercial use of the 746-764 MHz and 776-794 MHz bands -- bands that have been reallocated, by Congressional direction, from their previous use solely for the broadcasting service.
In the Matter of Application for Review of Columbia Capital Corporation of Action Taken Pursuant to Delegated Authority
In this Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
(Notice) we propose new service rules for commercial licensing in the 746-764
MHz and 776-794 MHz bands that have been reallocated from use solely for the
Broadcasting service. These proposed service rules include provisions for application
licensing, technical and operating rules, and competitive bidding.