FCC proposes making 1.2 GHz in the 6 GHz band available for unlicenced use

October 24, 2018

The FCC’s proposed rules in this regard are designed to allow unlicenced devices to operate in this band without interfering with licenced services. In those portions of the band (5.925-6.425 GHz and 6.525-6.875 GHz) that are heavily used by point-to-point microwave links, the FCC proposes the use of an automated frequency coordination system to allow unlicenced devices to operate.

Read more at: http://www.landmobile.co.uk/news/fcc-proposes-1-2ghz-6ghz-band-unlicenced/

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