FCC Seeks More Input on Compensating C-Band Incumbents

May 8, 2019

The FCC said it wants more input on the issues surrounding freeing up C-Band (3.7/4.2 GHz) midband satellite spectrum for 5G terrestrial wireless, including what authority it has to compensate broadcast and cable incumbent satellite spectrum users for relocating their receive-only earth stations. It has extended the comment period six weeks to accommodate that, so won't be making a decision on the C-Band spectrum for at least a couple more months.

Read more at: https://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/fcc-seeks-more-input-on-compensating-c-band-incumbents



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