LMCC Members Meet with FCC on Key Issues

In late January, member representatives from the Land Mobile Communications Council (LMCC) met with Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau (PSHSB) and Wireless Telecommunications Bureau (WTB) staffs on issues of concern to LMCC members and the private wireless industry. While nothing is imminent, LMCC members discussed the potential release of additional 854-860 MHz Sprint-vacated channels; 319 800 MHz interstitial channels; and potentially 80 800 MHz Expansion Band and Guard Band channels. The FCC also reported no particular progress towards the release of proposed rules identifying how they plan on implementing the repurposing 470-512 MHz (T-Band) for uses other than for public Safety and B/ILT wireless systems.  


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