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4/27/1998
NEWS RELEASE
Auction 17
FCC Adopts Partitioning and Disaggregation Rules For LMDS Licenses
On April 27, 1998, the Commission has adopted a Fourth Report and Order (Fourth R & O) regarding partitioning and disaggregation rules for Local Multipoint Distribution Service (LMDS) licenses.
4/24/1998
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 98-792)
Auction 19
WTB Announces Postponement of General Wireless Communications Service (GWCS) Auction
This Public Notice announces the General Wireless Communications Service (GWCS) auction, previously scheduled to begin May 27, 1998, will be postponed until further notice.
4/17/1998
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 98-741)
Auction 5, 10
WTB Announces June 8, 1998 Election Date For Broadcast PCS C Block Licensees
This Public Notice announces, pursuant to the Order on Reconsideration of the Second Report and Order (Reconsideration Order) announces that the Election Date for Broadband Personal Communications Services (PCS) is June 8, 1998.
4/16/1998
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 98-731)
Auction 17
WTB Seeks Comment on Requests for Waiver of Incumbent Lec/Cable Eligibility Restrictions, Comment Also Sought on Letter from the United States Telephone Association
This Public Notice seeks comments on requests for waiver of Section 101.1003 of its rules, LMDS eligibility restrictions for incumbent LECs and cable companies. Comments are also sought on the USTA letter.
4/9/1998
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 98-684)
Auction 26
WTB Makes 929 MHz and 931 MHz Paging Databases Available For Review Prior To Auction.
This Public Notice instructs licensees of 929 MHz and 931 MHz paging systems on how to access and review the Bureau's paging databases and how to submit corrections if necessary. This review is necessary in order to protect incumbent stations in light of the upcoming paging service auction. The FCC has asked the licensees to review the 929 MHz and 931 MHz Paging database for accuracy. The Paging Database is located at Universal Licensing System.
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