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7/31/1996
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 96-1223)
Auction 11
Short-Form Filing Deadline Extended to August 1,1996, For Auction of Broadband Personal Communications Service (D, E, and F Blocks)
This Public Notice announces the filing deadline for the short-form applications (FCC Form 175) for the D, E, and F block broadband PCS auction has been extended to Thursday, August 1, 1996.
7/26/1996
ORDER (DA 96-1203)
Auction 5
In the Matter of North Coast Mobile Communications, Inc.
This Order dismisses NextWave Telecom Inc.'s Petition requesting that the Commission initiate an evidentiary hearing to determine whether there are substantial and material questions of fact relating to the ownership and control of North Coast Mobile Communications, Inc.
7/25/1996
PUBLIC NOTICE
Auction 5
FCC Electronic Filing/Application Review Software For Personal Communications Services (PCS) Now Available
This Public Notice announces the latest version of the FCC electronic filing and application review software is now available which will allow filings for Personal Communications Services (PCS).
7/22/1996
FIRST REPORT AND ORDER AND FOURTH NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING (FCC 96-311)
Auction 17
In the Matter of Rulemaking to Amend Parts 1, 2, 21, and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Redesignate the 27.5-29.5 GHz Frequency Band, to Reallocate the 29.5-30.0 GHz Frequency Band, to Establish Rules and Policies for Local Multipoint Distribution Service and for Fixed Satellite Services
This Order designates and segments the 28 GHz band.
7/19/1996
PUBLIC NOTICE (D 868)
Auction 6, 11
Mass Media Bureau Prepared to Issue Multipoint Distribution Service BTA Authorizations
This Public Notice identifies additional BTA authorizations which are ready to be issued and provides details regarding final payments.
Attachment A: xls
7/19/1996
PUBLIC NOTICE (D 865)
Auction 6
Mass Media Bureau Prepared to Issue Multipoint Distribution Service BTA Authorizations
This Public Notice identifies additional BTA authorizations which are ready to be issued and provides details regarding final payments.
Attachment A: xls
7/18/1996
ERRATUM TO PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 96-1153)
Auction 10
Erratum in Public Notice DA 96-1153 Announcing Close of the Entrepreneurs' C Block Reauction
This Public Notice contains the corrected version of attachment A of the Public Notice DA 96-1153.
Attachment A: xls
7/17/1996
PUBLIC NOTICE (CW 96-12)
Auction 5
Broadband Personal Communications Services Entrepreneurs' C Block Service Information (Major Amendments)
This Public Notice lists the applications for licenses on the C block in the 2GHz band for Broadband Personal Communications Services (PCS) that are accepted for filing.
Attachment A: xls
7/17/1996
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 96-1153)
Auction 10
Entrepreneurs' C Block Reauction Closes
FCC announces winning in the reauction of 18 licenses to provide broadband PCS in basic trading areas.
Attachment A (Corrected Version 7/18/1996): xls
7/15/1996
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING (FCC 96-287)
Auction 4, 11
Geographic Partitioning and Spectrum Disaggregation by Commercial Mobile Radio Services Licensees
In this Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, we propose to modify our broadband personal communications service (PCS) rules to expand our geographic partitioning provisions to include all PCS licensees and to permit spectrum disaggregation in the near term. We also solicit comment on certain issues relating to these rules.
7/15/1996
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING (FCC 96-287)
Auction 10
Geographic Partitioning and Spectrum Disaggregation by Commercial Mobile Radio Services Licensees
In this Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, we propose to modify our broadband personal communications service (PCS) rules to expand our geographic partitioning provisions to include all PCS licensees and to permit spectrum disaggregation in the near term. We also solicit comment on certain issues relating to these rules.
7/15/1996
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING (FCC 96-287)
Auction 11
Geographic Partitioning and Spectrum Disaggregation by Commercial Mobile Radio Services Licensees
In this Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, we propose to modify our broadband personal communications service (PCS) rules to expand our geographic partitioning provisions to include all PCS licensees and to permit spectrum disaggregation in the near term. We also solicit comment on certain issues relating to these rules.
7/11/1996
PUBLIC NOTICE (CW 96-10)
Auction 5
Broadband Personal Communications Services Entrepreneurs' C Block Service Information (Major Amendments)
This Public Notice lists the amended Broadband PCS applications accepted for filing.
Attachment A: xls
7/11/1996
PUBLIC NOTICE (AUC-96-11-C)
Auction 11
Auction of Broadband Personal Communications Services (D, E, and F Blocks)
This Public Notice announces Bidder Information Packages and Short-Form Application Software are now available.
FCC Form 175 filing software: Tool
7/4/1996
ORDER (DA 96-1825)
Auction 10
In the Matter of C.H. PCS, Inc., BTA No. B347 Frequency Block C
This Order sets forth the default payment obligations and procedures for C.H. PCS, Inc. ("CHPCS"), resulting from its failure to remit the required down payment on the license for which it was the successful high bidder in the Broadband Personal Communications Services C Block reauction.
7/1/1996
PUBLIC NOTICE
Auction 10
Commission Announces Availibility of Auction Tracking Software for Upcoming C-Block Reauction
This Public Notice announces a software tool for tracking the progress of the FCC's PCS C-Block Reauction will be made available to the public at approximately 5:00 p.m. EDT, on July 1, 1996.
Readme Files: exe
C-Block Reauction Tool: exe
7/1/1996
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 96-1064)
Auction 11
Auction of Broadband Personal Communications Services (D, E, and F Blocks)
This Public Notice announces Short-form application (FCC Form 175) filing deadline extended from Monday July 29,1996 5:30EDT to Wednesday, July 31, 1996.
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