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Proceedings and Initiatives


Amendment of Part 90 of the Rules in 904-909.75 and 919.75-928 MHz Bands
In March 2006, the Commission, through a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, began a proceeding to a re-exam its rules governing the licensing and use of frequencies in the 904.75 and 919.75-928 MHz portions of the 902-928 MHz band. This spectrum has been historically occupied by a number of different spectrum users including federal, licensed, unlicensed operations and since 1995 it has been licensed for specified uses by the multilateration Locations and Monitoring Service (M-LMS). Through this examination the Commissions seeks to determine whether new approaches could produce more efficient and effective use of the 904-909.75 and 99.75-928 MHz spectrum band ("M-LMS Band") licenses.

Releases

3/7/2006
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING
Amendment of Part 90 in the 904-909.75 and 919.75-928 MHz Bands.

Last reviewed/updated on 03/06/2008