Keyword: National Association of Broadcasters
WISPA, New America’s Open Technology Institute, Next Century Cities, Tribal Digital Village and the Gigabit Libraries Network are supporting Microsoft’s petition for rulemaking on TV white spaces (TVWS).
In the wireless industry’s “Race to 5G,” the FCC shouldn't sacrifice the nation’s position as the world leader in content, broadcasters said.
The Ultra Wide Band Alliance holds “grave concerns” about the proposed power levels and impact of using the entire 6 GHz band for new unlicensed uses.
Microsoft’s Rural Airband Initiative now includes 23 projects in 15 states.
The TV white spaces (TVWS) debate is cranking back up again.
Microsoft today will unveil a proposal to help form a $10 billion public/private initiative to provide wireless broadband to rural users in the U.S.
The FCC’s 39-month timeline for repacking the spectrum of broadcast TV stations is “arbitrary and inflexible,” according the NAB, and should be altered.