November 19, 2013
Google and Facebook have joined an alliance to promote worldwide spectrum policy to free up so-called spectrum "white spaces" for unlicensed devices.
The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance announced the additions (which also included Texas Instruments) at its first annual meeting in advance of the opening of the ITU Telecom World 2013 conference in Bangkok Tuesday. The alliance already included Microsoft and BskyB, among others.
Get the Media Source Newsletter on your smartphone or tablet now!
The mark-up--a session to amend and vote on bills--will include H.R. 4986, the FCC Reauthorization Act of 2018, which passed...Posted on February 19, 2018
In the Trump era, it is downright astounding how quickly the Democrats have abandoned any consideration toward having an...Posted on February 19, 2018
The White House, backed by the FCC, is once again seeking to impose a new fee on communications providers that would amount to billions of dollars.Posted on February 17, 2018
Christian broadcaster TWR Bonaire celebrated the launch of its new Nautel NX400 450 kW transmitter on Jan. 30.Posted on February 5, 2018