New Date for FCC Workshop on 3550-3650 MHz

November 11, 2013

The FCC has rescheduled a workshop on proposed technical requirements, architecture, and operational parameters for the 3550-3650 MHz band. Originally set for December 11, the event is now on for January 14.

We originally posted on the workshop here, giving the old date. Now that the FCC has released a public notice that considerably revises and expands its original proposals, the workshop should take on added interest for those interested in the band.

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