Keyword: Competitive Carriers Association
The C-Band Alliance (CBA) said a proposal by the CCA, Charter and ACA Connects would delay getting precious mid-band C-Band spectrum into the hands of carriers that can use it for 5G.
The CCA, Charter Communications and ACA Connects – America’s Communications Association have filed a proposal with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for repurposing at least 370 megahertz of the C-band spectrum for 5G.
On May 9, the FCC will consider a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) that tees up a slice of midband spectrum that has been in play for years.
Cellcom has chosen Mavenir to deploy its virtualized IMS mobile core and voice over Wi-Fi software solutions.
The CCA and others say the C-Band Alliance’s market-based approach for the 3.7-4.2 GHz band will result in a windfall for satellite operators.
In a new set of filings on Friday, the C-Band Alliance slammed T-Mobile’s proposal for the 3.7-4.2 GHz band, saying T-Mobile’s “convoluted proposal” would produce years of regulatory and legal challenges.
Several entities are throwing their support behind Ligado Networks’ proposal to deploy a terrestrial network using 40 MHz of midband spectrum in the 1500 MHz to 1700 MHz range.
The Public Interest Spectrum Coalition is urging the FCC to stick to its original rules for the Citizens Broadband Radio Service for the 3.5 GHz spectrum.
CTIA is urging the FCC to move forward on both the 3.5 GHz and the 3.7-4.2 GHz bands to ensure the U.S. wins the 5G race.
The FCC is rejecting recommendations to adopt exclusive area licensing in the 37-37.6 GHz band.