FCC Opens New Chapter In Repurposing Spectrum In The 3 GHz Band [telecom]

by Chip Yorkgitis

In the wake of the recent completion of the 3550-3650 MHz auction of Priority Access Licenses ("PALs") in the Citizens Broadband Radio Service ("CBRS") making 70 megahertz of so-called mid-band spectrum available, and the adoption of the regulatory framework in the

3700-4200 MHz band that will make available another 280 megahertz for flexible use commercial wireless operations, the FCC has announced its intention to take significant steps in realigning the 3450-3550 MHz range for non-federal flexible fixed and mobile use on a shared basis with existing federal radiolocation operations.

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