Government Affairs

Government Affairs

Spectrum-Aggregation Limits Are Good For Public Safety

In 2012, Congress passed legislation on the creation of a nationwide public safety broadband network.  And in 2013, the FCC is moving closer to providing rules around the 600 MHz broadcast incentive auction. These separate matters have two important connections.
08/29/2013
Government Affairs

Auction Revenue? No Problem

The gold standard of spectrum these days is the 600 MHz block, which the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is getting ready to auction.
07/18/2013
Government Affairs

Transition to IP Technology Requires Some Oversight

Internet Protocol (IP) is the technology used by virtually every telecommunications company today. 
03/29/2013
Government Affairs

Getting it Right for Competition in the FCC Incentive Auction

The stakes are high as the Federal Communications Commission makes plans to conduct its first ever “incentive” auction of spectrum licenses with frequencies coming from broadcasters to be re-purposed for mobile broadband services.
01/13/2013
Government Affairs

A Hybrid Spectrum Solution for the Current Marketplace

Spectrum is the lifeblood of a competitive wireless industry. There are a dozen more ways to say it, but the simple fact is that all wireless operators must have a meaningful opportunity to acquire additional spectrum if they want to continue participating in the U.S. mobile broadband marketplace.
12/11/2012
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