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Auctions Releases for September 1994

9/28/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (PNWL 94-19)
Auction 3
Announcing the Status Of Applications Received For the 30 Regional Narrowband Personal Communications Service (PCS) Licenses To Be Auctioned Beginning October 26, 1994 At the Postal Square Building, 2 Massachusetts Avenue, N.E., Washington, D.C.
The FCC (FCC) has received 53 applications to participate in the Regional Narrowband Personal Communication Service (PCS) license auction beginning October 26, 1994, at the Postal Square Building, Washington, D.C..
9/28/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE
Auction 3
This Public Notice announces the status of applications received for the 30 Regional Narrowband Personal Communication Service (PCS) licenses.
9/27/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (PNWL 94-17)
Auction 3
FCC Auction Line; Communications Software For Narrowband PCS
The Commission is considering offering Regional Narrowband PCS auction applicants remote access bidding. The auction is scheduled for October 26, 1994.
9/26/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (PNWL 94-16)
Auction 3
FCC Announces Location Of the 30 Regional Narrowband PCS Licenses To Be Auctioned On October 26, 1994
This Public Notice announces the simultaneous multiple round auction for 30 regional Personal Communications Service (PCS) licenses in the 900 MHz band ("narrowband PCS").
9/22/1994
NEWS
Auction 3
News
Installment Payments Adopted For Women and Minority-Owned Businesses For October 26 Regional Narrowband Auctions; Definition Clarified.
9/19/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (REPORT NO. AUC 94-04)
Auction 4
Auction Notice and Filing Requirements For 99 MTA Licenses Located On The A and B Blocks For Personal Communication Services In The 2 GHz Band
This Public Notice announces filing requirements for a simultaneous multiple round auction for 99 licenses to provide Personal Communications Services (PCS) in the 2 GHz band ("broadband PCS").
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