Statement of Chairman Martin: pdf - Word Statement of Commissioner Copps: pdf - Word Statement of Commissioner Adelstein: pdf - Word Statement of Commissioner Tate: pdf - Word
FCC Modifies Advanced Wireless Service Rules to Provide Greater Flexibility and Access to Spectrum for Small and Rural Providers
The FCC advanced its efforts to make spectrum available for an array of innovative wireless services and technologies, including voice, data, video, and other wireless broadband services offered over Third Generation ("3G") mobile networks.
Statement of Commissioner Copps: pdf - Word Statement of Commissioner Adelstein: pdf - Word
FCC to Commence Spectrum Auction That will Provide American Consumers New Wireless Broadband Services
In a letter to Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information Michael D. Gallagher, FCC Chairman Michael K. Powell stated that the Commission intends to commence an auction for Advanced Wireless Services licenses in the 1710-1755 MHz and 2110-2155 MHz bands as early as June 2006.
Statement of Chairman Powell: pdf - Word Statement of Commissioner Abernathy: pdf - Word Statement of Commissioner Copps: pdf - Word Statement of Commissioner Adelstein: pdf - Word
FCC Adopts Third Generation ("3G") Rules Making 90 MHz of Spectrum Available for Broadband and Advanced Wireless Services
In a Report and Order adopted today, the Federal Communications Commission advanced its efforts to provide new and existing wireless operators with additional spectrum resources and issued rules that will enable wireless providers to offer an array of innovative products and services, including wireless broadband Internet access