Tag:

1755-1850 MHz

Latest Headlines

Latest Headlines

NTIA approves military spectrum plan

The Defense Department's plan to exit the 1755-1780 megahertz band won the approval of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration Nov. 25.

NTIA approves military spectrum plan

The Defense Department's plan to exit the 1755-1780 megahertz band won the approval of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration Nov. 25.

Uncertainty persists in fate of 1755-1850 MHz band

A Pentagon rough estimate that it would cost the Defense Department $12.6 billion over a decade to relocate most of its 11 major systems dependent on a 95 megahertz spectrum band that could potentially auctioned to the private sector was mostly methodologically sound, says the Government Accountability Office.

Spectrum sharing faces skepticism

"I am not ready to accept the opinion that the norm for spectrum use should be sharing, today. That's simply not good enough," said House Energy and Commerce subcommittee on communications and technology Chairman Greg Walden (R-Ore.).

Spectrum sharing faces skepticism

"I am not ready to accept the opinion that the norm for spectrum use should be sharing, today. That's simply not good enough," said House Energy and Commerce subcommittee on communications and technology Chairman Greg Walden (R-Ore.).

Strickling notes complications of 1755-1850 MHz reallocation

Reallocation of federally-controlled spectrum in the 1755-1850 Megahertz band to the private sector would be complicated by the varied national security and law enforcement uses of that spectrum,