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C and F Block Broadband PCS


Orders

2/12/2004
MEMORANDUM OPINION & ORDER (FCC 04-26)
Applications for Consent to the Assignment of Licenses From NextWave Personal Communications, Inc., and NextWave Power Partners, Inc., to Subsidiaries of Cingular Wireless LLC
Granted the applications of several NextWave Personal Communications entities to assign PCS licenses to Cingular Wireless.
9/23/2003
ORDER (DA 03-2924)
Urban Comm-North Carolina, Inc.; Petition for Reconsideration of Public Notice Announcing Auction of C and F Block PCS Spectrum
Petition for Reconsideration of Public Notice Announcing Auction of C and F Block PCS Spectrum.
3/3/2003
ORDER (DA 03-617)
Nextwave Personal Communications Inc. and Nextwave Power Partners Inc.
This Order partially granted the Petition filed by NextWave and denied NY Telecom's request for public comment.
Appendix A: pdf - Word
2/21/2003
ORDER ON RECONSIDERATION (DA 03-480)
TPS Utilicom, Inc.
This Order denies a petition for reconsideration filed by TPS and affirms an earlier order denying a request to waive the Commission's down payment rules.
11/14/2002
ORDER AND ORDER ON RECONSIDERATION (FCC 02-311)
Disposition of Down Payment and Pending Applications by Certain Winning Bidders in Auction No. 35; Requests for Refunds of Down Payments Made in Auction No. 35
This Order resolves the issues raised in Public Notice FCC 02-248 and grants relief to eligible winning bidders in Auction No. 35.
3/27/2002
ORDER (FCC 02-99)
Requests for Refunds of Down Payments Made in Auction 35
This Order grants in part, and denies in part, a joint request for refund of down payments made by certain winning bidders in Auction 35.
7/31/2001
ORDER (DA 01-1833)
TPS Utilicon, Inc.; Request for Waiver of Sections 1.2109 and 1.2107 of the Commission's Rules Regarding BTA043, BTA127, BTA215, and BTA330
This Order denies TPS Utilicom, Inc.'s (February 23, 2001) request for waiver of Sections 1.2109 and 1.2107 of the Commission's rules requiring it to make its down payment on licenses for which it was the winning bidder.
1/18/2001
ORDER ON RECONSIDERATION (FCC 01-17)
In the Matter of Amendment of the Commission's Rules Regarding Installment Payment Financing for Personal Communications Services (PCS) Licensees, WT Docket No. 97-82, Adopted: January 16, 2001
This Order addresses five petitions for reconsideration of the Commission's "Sixth Report and Order," in which the Commission modified the auction and service rules for C and F block broadband Personal Communications Services licenses.
12/21/2000
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER (FCC 00-433)
Southern Communications Systems, Inc.; Request for Limited Rule Waiver to Comply with PCS Installment Payment for C Block License in the Cleveland, TN BTA
This MO&O affirms the the Commission's waiver order and denies Southern's Petition for reconsiderations.
12/21/2000
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER (FCC 00-434)
Licenses of 21st Century Telesis, Inc.; for Facilities in the Broadband Personal Communications Services
This MO&O denies 21st Century's Request for Reconsideration of Auction and Industry Analysis Division's decision denying its request for extension of time to submit installment payments or, in the alternative, waiver of section 1.2110(f) of the Commission's rules.
12/21/2000
ORDER (DA 00-2889)
21st Century Telesis Inc.; Request for Partial Reconsideration of Public Notice DA 00-2038; Request for Stay Public Notice DA 00-2038.
This Order denies 21st Century Telesis, Inc.'s Request for Stay and Petition for Partial Reconsideration.
12/14/2000
ORDER (DA 00-2825)
In the Matter of Nextel Communications Inc.'s Petition for Expedited Action to Modify the Auction Design for Auction No. 35, C and F Block Re-auction
This Order denies Nextel Communications' Petition that the WTB revise the bidding procedures for Auction No. 35 to allow package (combinatorial) bidding.
9/14/2000
ORDER ON RECONSIDERATION (FCC 00-299)
In the Matter of Implementation of Section 309(j) of the Communications Act - Competitive Bidding Amendment of Parts 20 and 24 of the Commission's Rules - Broadband PCS Competitive Bidding and the Commercial Mobile Radio Service Spectrum Cap Amendment of the Commission's Cellular/PCS Cross-Ownership Rule
This Order on Reconsideration address three petitions for reconsideration of the Commission's Fifth Memorandum Opinion and Order in PP Docket No. 93-253. This Order also addresses nine petitions for reconsideration of the Commission's Report and Order in WT Docket No. 96-59 and GN Docket No. 90-314. Finally, this Order reinstates provisions which, in the Competitive Bidding Sixth Report and Order, were inadvertently eliminated from one of the Commission's competitive bidding rules.
9/6/2000
PETITION FOR RECONSIDERATION (FCC 00-335)
In the Matter of Auction of C and F Block Broadband PCS Licenses NextWave Personal Communications, Inc. and NextWave Power Partners Inc. Petition for Reconsideration
This Order denies the Petition for Reconsideration filed by NextWave Personal Communications Inc. and NextWave Power Partners Inc. Denies NextWave's Petition and dismiss Antigone Communications, Limited Partnership and PCS Devco, Inc.'s Application for Review and Settlement Request as moot.
8/29/2000
ORDER ON RECONSIDERATION (FCC 00-313)
Sixth Report and Order and Order on Reconsideration
This Order addresses the tentative conclusions and proposals in the recent Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in this docket. It also resolves petitions that precipitated the Further Notice.
6/7/2000
FURTHER NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING (FCC 00-197)
Amendment of the Commission's Rules Regarding Installment Payment Financing for Personal Communications Services (PCS) Licensees
This Order tentatively concludes that it is in the public interest to modify certain aspects of its rules for the upcoming C and F block auction. The Commission seeks public comment on proposals to reconfigure the size of C block spectrum licenses; to modify the entrepreneur eligibility restrictions for certain licenses in both large and small markets; and to retain the spectrum cap.
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