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700 MHz Guard Bands

 

Releases


Orders

8/10/2007
SECOND REPORT AND ORDER (FCC 07-132)
Service Rules for the 698-746, 747-762 and 777-792 MHz Bands
The FCC revised the 700 MHz band plan and service rules to promote the creation of a nationwide, interoperable broadband network for public safety and to facilitate the availability of new and innovative wireless broadband services for consumers.
Statement of Chairman Kevin J. Martin: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Michael J. Copps: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Jonathan S. Adelstein: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Deborah Taylor Tate: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Robert M. McDowell: pdf - Word
4/27/2007
REPORT AND ORDER (FCC 07-72)
Service Rules for the 698-746, 747-762, and 777-792 MHz Bands, et al.
The Commission adopted rules governing wireless licenses in the 698-806 MHz spectrum band, commonly referred to as the "700 MHz Band".
Statement of Chairman Kevin J. Martin: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Michael J. Copps: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Jonathan S. Adelstein: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Deborah Taylor Tate: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Robert M. McDowell: pdf - Word
3/9/2000
SECOND REPORT AND ORDER (FCC 00-90)
Service Rules for the 746-764 and 776-794 MHz Bands, and Revisions to Part 27 of the Commission's Rules
The Second Report and Order adopts licensing, technical, and operational rules for 6 megahertz of Guard Band spectrum in the 700 MHz bands, and establishes the Guard Band Manager as a new class of commercial licensee that will broker the Guard Band spectrum to make it available to system operators or directly to end users for fixed or mobile communications, consistent with technical restrictions and frequency coordination rules specified for these bands.
1/7/2000
FIRST REPORT AND ORDER (FCC 00-5)
First Report and Order
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.
 
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