Keyword: Jessica Rosenworcel
The court’s decision, which applies to both mobile and fixed broadband providers, drew immediate responses from all sides of the net neutrality debate, with each claiming something in their favor.
The review of the proposed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint at the FCC has been “bonkers,” according to FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel.
The FCC was dealt a partial blow last week as a U.S. appeals court vacated the agency’s move to exempt 5G small cell sites from federal environmental and historic preservation review.
The FCC voted unanimously Thursday to make it easier for small satellite operators to get their constellations approved and launched, but some commissioners are calling for greater efforts to manage space debris.
The FCC has teed up a lot of millimeter wave spectrum, but it's falling short in when it comes to midband spectrum for 5G.
The Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) said it is encouraged by the FCC’s move to implement aspects of the Mobile Now Act.
Rosenworcel says carriers would benefit if the FCC were to conduct an incentive auction for the 2.5 GHz airwaves previously allocated for education.
The FCC released the results of tests conducted to see if unlicensed devices could share spectrum with Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC).
The FCC adopted changes to the rules governing the licensed portion of the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band.
The FCC concluded its September open meeting Wednesday with no new action on the CBRS band, but commissioners were still asked about its status.