Keyword: spectrum auction
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.
FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly suggested the FCC should move to make 200, 300 or even 400 megahertz of C-Band spectrum available.
For a long time, millimeter wave spectrum was looked down upon, but now it’s attracting all kinds of new interest and investment.
President Trump signed a $1.3 trillion budget bill late last week that includes several provisions that will impact the telecom industry.
The U.S. federal government is in the process of studying more midband spectrum that could be released for 5G.
Dish Network focused on buying spectrum licenses in urban areas during the FCC’s incentive auction, CEO Charlie Ergen said Monday.