Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Public Safety Alliance Gets FCC to Hold Off on 4.9 GHz Changes

 By Leslie Stimson, Inside Towers Washington Bureau Chief The FCC voted to stay, or pause, changes to its 4.9 GHz rules. It did so because of a request from the Public Safety Spectrum Alliance (PSSA). The group sought the pause pending resolution of its request for the Commission to reconsider the changes. The FCC majority said last week they found good cause to stay the implementation of a new leasing framework in the 4940-4990 MHz band.

In September 2020, the prior FCC voted to revise the rules governing the band, saying it was underused. The shared band required licensees to provide public safety services as defined under Part 90 rules. Continue Reading

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