Supplemental Closed Broadcast Pre-Auction Seminar, Thursday, February 3, 2000
This public notice gives pre-registering instructions for the February auction. This seminar provides an opportunity for hands-on demonstrations of the FCC filing and bidding software and access to the FCC staff responsible for the auction.
Correction to Attachment A Supplemental Closed Broadcast Auction DA 99-2859, Released December 23, 1999
See original Public Notice DA99-2958. This public notice corrects and replaces Attachment A of the Public Notice announcing the auction and filing requirements for the Auction of certain AM, FM, LPTV, and TV Broadcast Construction Permits Scheduled for March 21, 2000.
This Public Notice Announces the Procedures and Minimum Opening Bids for the Upcoming Auction of Licenses for Fixed Point-to-Point Microwave Services in the 38.6 to 40.0 GHz Band ("Auction No. 30"). Date Released: January 21, 2000
Auction Notice and Filing Requirements for 2,450 Licenses in the 39 GHz Band Auction Scheduled for April 12, 2000; Minimum Opening Bids and Other Procedural Issues. (Note: File replaced March 6, 2000.)
Auction of Licenses in the 747-762 and 777-792 MHz Bands Scheduled for May 10, 2000
This notice announces the auction of licenses for Fixed, Mobile, and Broadcastingservices in the 747-762 and 777-792 MHz bands ("Auction No. 31"), scheduledto commence on May 10, 2000. In addition, the notice seeks comments on reservepricing and auction procedural issues.
In this Report and Order we adopt service rules for licensing the commercial use of the 746-764 MHz and 776-794 MHz bands -- bands that have been reallocated, by Congressional direction, from their previous use solely for the broadcasting service.
Public Comment Sought on Issues Related to Guard Bands in the 746-764 MHz and 776-794 MHz Spectrum Block (WT Docket No. 99-168)
In the First Report and Order in WT Docket No. 99-168, adopted January 5, 2000, the Commission adopted service rules, including technical, operational, and licensing rules, for 30 MHz of the 746-764 MHz and 776-794 MHz bands (700 MHz band).
FCC Adopts Rules for Licensing and Operations in Portion of 700 MHz Band Reallocated from Television Channels 60 through 69
The Federal Communications Commission(FCC) has adopted licensing and service rules governing operation of 30of the 36 MHz of commercial spectrum located in the 700 MHz band that will be auctioned later this year.