AT&T Mobility, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile USA inked an agreement with the Department of Defense to explore the possibility of sharing 95 MHz of spectrum that is currently used by the Pentagon and other federal agencies located in the 1755 - 1850 MHz band.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration is seeking comment on the design and business plan of the nation's proposed interoperable public-safety broadband network.
The news: The FCC's year was separated into two distinct halves. For the first half of the year, the five-member commission was dormant while commissioners awaited confirmation. In contrast, the
The official Congressional delay of the digital TV transition is expected to come as early as today, as the House of Representatives is set to follow up on the Senate's approval of a delay of more
The $825 billion economic stimulus proposal from the incoming Obama administration and House Democrats contains $6 billion for improving the U.S. broadband infrastructure, and the wireless industry
In the last six weeks or so, there reportedly has been a run on the federal coupons that allow consumers with analog TV reception to buy new digital converter boxes in advance of the
The press is full of stories about the AWS-3 spectrum in the 2.5-GHz range that M2Z has been trying to convince the FCC to release so it can build a nationwide broadband network. The vote on the