Keyword: spectrum auction
Here are some other stories we’re following today.
The first full committee hearing of the 116th Congress was all about—wait for it—5G and spectrum.
The FCC is ready to auction off more spectrum with bidding in Auction 102 scheduled to begin on March 14.
The FCC’s auction of 28 GHz spectrum, dubbed Auction 101, is officially over more than two months after it began.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr says the FCC is taking steps to support rapid deployment of 5G nationwide.
The FCC’s auction of 28 GHz spectrum officially surpassed $700 million after 35 days of bidding activity.
Although T-Mobile is behind in the early rounds, it should win the race to “real 5G,” according to a new report from BTIG Research.
After a daylong suspension earlier this week due to weather, the FCC’s 28 GHz spectrum auction kicked back into gear more than two months after it began.
Most consumers and enterprises probably won’t see the full benefit of 5G services until 2020 or later, according to a new report.
As expected, the FCC voted to move forward with an incentive auction that combines the upper 37, 39 and 47 GHz bands.