Auction of Licenses in the 747-762 and 777-792 MHz Bands Scheduled for September 6, 2000: Comment Sought on Modifying the Simultaneous Multiple Round Auction Design to Allow Combinatorial (Package) Bidding
In this Public Notice, the Bureau seeks comment on modifying the simultaneous multiple round auction design (our usual auction design) to allow for bids on combinations, or "packages," of licenses. Most of our auction rules and procedures would remain the same or be changed only slightly.
Auction of Licenses for 800 MHz Specialized Mobile Radio (SMR) Service in the General Category Band (851-854 MHz) and Upper Band (861-865 MHz)
This Public Notice announces the procedures and minimum opening bids for the upcoming auction of licenses for the 800 MHz Specialized Mobile Radio Service for General Category and Upper Band Frequencies (Auction No. 34).
Auction of Construction Permit for New Television Station Channel 52 at Blanco, Texas
This Public Notice identifies the limited applicants that are able to participate in Auction No. 80. In addition, this notice seeks comments on reserve price or minimum open bid and other auction procedural issues.
39 GHz Band Auction Closes; Winning Bidders of 2,173 Licenses Announced
This Public Notice provides detailed information concerning winning bidders, down payments, bid withdrawal payments and/or deposits, FCC Forms 601 and 602 filing requirements, requests for rule waivers, and licensing matters.
Auction of Licenses in the 747-762 and 777-792 MHz Bands Postponed until September 6, 2000
This Public Notice announces the schedule for the Auction of Licenses for the747-762 and 777-792 MHz bands. The upcoming auction of licenses in the 747-762and 777-792 MHz band, scheduled to begin on June 7, 2000, is postponed untilSeptember 6, 2000.
Auction of Licenses for the 700 MHz Bands Postponed until September 6, 2000.
This Public Notice announces the schedule for the Auction of Licenses for the Upper 700 MHz Guard Bands which is auction no. 33. The upcoming auction of licenses in the 746-747/776-777 and 762-764/792-794 MHz bands, scheduled to begin on June 14, 2000, is postponed until September 6, 2000.