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Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) Spectrum

 

Releases


2006

12/18/2006
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 06-2536)
WTB Grants Advanced Wireless Service Licenses
WTB ("Bureau") completed an auction of Advanced Wireless Service ("AWS") licenses ("Auction No. 66"), in which the winning bidders won a total of 1,087 licenses.
Attachment A: pdf
Attachment A1: pdf
Attachment B: pdf - Word
Attachment C: pdf - Word
11/29/2006
NEWS RELEASE
FCC Grants First Set of Advanced Wireless Services Licenses Won in Auction No. 66
The FCC's WTB granted 550 of the 1,087 licenses won in the Advanced Wireless Services Auction completed September 18, 2006 (Auction No. 66).
11/29/2006
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 06-2408)
WTB Grants Advanced Wireless Services Licenses
Auction Event No. 66
Attachment A: pdf
Attachment A1: pdf
Attachment B: pdf - Word
Attachment C: pdf - Word
10/31/2006
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 06-2256)
WTB Announces that an Application for Advanced Wireless Services Licenses is Accepted for Filing
Attachment A: pdf
Attachment B: pdf - Word
10/27/2006
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 06-2179)
WTB Announces that Applications for Advanced Wireless Services Licenses are Accepted for Filing
Auction Event No. 66
Attachment A: pdf
Attachment A1: pdf
Attachment B: pdf - Word
10/26/2006
ORDER (DA 06-2120)
AST Telecom, LLC/Public Service Wireless Services, Inc./Cavalier Wireless, LLC
Granted all three of the Applicants' waiver requests
9/18/2006
News Release
FCC's Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) Spectrum Auction Concludes
The FCC's first auction of Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) spectrum licenses ended on September 18, 2006. A total of 1,122 licenses were offered in the auction, and 104 bidders won 1,087 licenses.
Statement of Chairman Martin: pdf - Word
8/9/2006
(DA 06-1612)
Small Entity Compliance Guide for Advanced Wireless Services Spectrum (AWS-1)
The AWS-1 Small Entity Compliance Guide explains to small entities, in plain language, what the FCC requires of them with respect to complying with the new AWS-1 service rules.
4/25/2006
REPORT AND ORDER (FCC 06-52)
Implementation of the Commercial Spectrum Enhancement Act and Modernization of the Commission's Competitive Bidding Rules and Procedures, Second Report and Order and Second Further Notice of proposed Rule Making
Statement of Chairman Martin: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Copps: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Adelstein: pdf - Word
4/21/2006
NINTH REPORT AND ORDER AND ORDER (FCC 06-45)
Amendment of Part 2 of the Commission's Rulesto Allocate Spectrum Below 3 GHz for Mobileand Fixed Services to Support the Introduction ofNew Advanced Wireless Services, including ThirdGeneration Wireless Systems
Adopted Relocation Procedures And Cost Sharing Rules To Facilitate Access Of Spectrum For Advanced Wireless Services.
Statement of Commissioner Adelstein: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Tate: pdf - Word
4/20/2006
PUBLIC NOTICE (FCC 06-50)
The FCC and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration - Coordination Procedures in the 1710-1755 MHZ Band
4/12/2006
NEWS RELEASE
FCC Establishes Procedures for Advanced Wireless Services Auction Scheduled to Begin June 29, 2006
The FCC adopted a Public Notice that establishes procedures, minimum opening bids, and a reserve price for the FCC's upcoming first auction of spectrum licenses for Advanced Wireless Services.
Statement of Chairman Martin: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Copps: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Adelstein: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Tate: pdf - Word
4/12/2006
PUBLIC NOTICE (FCC 06-47)
Auction of Advanced Wireless Services Licenses Scheduled for June 29, 2006; Notice and Filing Requirements, Minimum Opening Bids, Upfront Payments and Other Procedures for Auction No. 66; AU Docket No. 06-30, FCC 06-47
This public notice announces the procedures, minimum opening bids and reserve price for the upcoming auction of Advanced Wireless Services licenses in the 1710-1755 MHz and 2110-2155 MHz bands.
Attachment A (Complete): pdf
Attachment A - All License Summary: xls
Attachment A - Cellular Market Area (CMA) Licenses: xls
Attachment A - Economic Area (EA) Licenses: xls
Attachment A - Regional Economic Area Grouping (REAG) Licenses: xls
Statement of Chairman Martin: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Copps: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Adelstein: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Tate: pdf - Word
2/3/2006
FURTHER NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULE MAKING (FCC 06-8)
Implementation of the Commercial Spectrum Enhancement Act and Modernization of the Commission's Competitive Bidding Rules and Procedures
Statement of Chairman Martin: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Copps: pdf - Word
Statement of Commissioner Adelstein: pdf - Word
1/31/2006
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 06-238)
Auction of Advanced Wireless Services Licenses Scheduled for June 29, 2006; Comment Sought on Reserve Prices Or Minimum Opening Bids and Other Procedures
This public notice announces the Auction of Advanced Wireless Services ("AWS") licenses in the 1710-1755 MHz and 2110-2155 MHz ("AWS-1") bands. Copies of comments and reply comments filed in response to this public notice may be found by using the search function of ECFS under docket number 06-30 or through the FCC Reference Information Center, which is located in Room CY-A257 at the Commission's Headquarters.

Attachment A (Complete): pdf
Attachment A - All License Summary: xls
Attachment A - Cellular Market Area (CMA) Licenses: xls
Attachment A - Economic Area (EA) Licenses: xls
Attachment A - Regional Economic Area Grouping (REAG) Licenses: xls
Attachment B: pdf - Word
Attachment C: pdf - Word
1/24/2006
REPORT AND ORDER (FCC 06-4)
Implementation of the Commercial Spectrum Enhancement Act and Modernization of the Commission's Competitive Bidding Rules and Procedures
The Commission adopts several modifications to its competitive bidding rules. Some of the adopted rule changes are required by the Commercial Spectrum Enhancement Act, and others are intended to enhance the effectiveness of the auction program.
 
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