FCC Satellite Proposal Raises Interference Worries For Radio
May 7, 2018
Broadcasters have for months been sounding the alarm that allowing mobile broadband providers into portions of C-band spectrum (3.7-4.2GHz)—what’s commonly referred to as mid-band frequencies—could cause headaches for radio’s satellite service.
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