Anterix and EWA Sign 900 MHz Transition Services Agreement


The Enterprise Wireless Alliance and Anterix, Inc. (NASDAQ: ATEX) have executed an agreement enabling EWA to formally assist in the process of facilitating 900 MHz incumbent transition services on behalf of Anterix. In this capacity, EWA will engage with 900 MHz incumbents to reconfigure authorized spectrum assignments to conform with the anticipated band reconfiguration to be adopted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) pursuant to FCC Docket No. 17-200.  

EWA is a recognized advocate for introducing advanced technologies in legacy land mobile radio bands that benefit business enterprise licensees, the wireless communication service organizations and technology vendors that serve the land mobile industry.  As such, EWA, jointly with Anterix (formerly pdvWireless), originally proposed to realign the 900 MHz band to permit the deployment of broadband networks, technologies and solutions, while retaining critical portions of the band for narrowband  systems. “We look forward to working with incumbent 900 MHz licensees in this process, and encourage entities to contact us should they have any questions or concerns associated with their unique 900 MHz spectrum authorizations and reconfiguration alternatives”, stated Mark Crosby, EWA President.  


About EWA

The Enterprise Wireless Alliance is the leading national trade association and advocate for business enterprises, private carrier operators, equipment manufacturers, and service providers that support the private wireless industry. A frequency advisory committee certified by the Federal Communications Commission, EWA provides its members and clients with consulting services, frequency coordination, license preparation, spectrum management and associated business intelligence services. EWA is the market leader in Business/Industrial Land Transportation frequency coordination services and assists a significant percentage of public safety customers with their spectrum requirements. Learn more at