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October 3-6 | Paris Las Vegas – Paris Ballroom, Las Vegas, NV
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IWPC Webinar: Unlicensed use of the 6 GHz Band

Mark Gibson, Senior Director, Business Development & Spectrum Policy, CommScope, spoke on February 2, 2022—The FCC has recently reallocated the 6 GHz band (5925-7125 MHz) to allow access for unlicensed use. In doing so, they identified two types of devices: Low and Standard Power. Access for Standard Power devices is achieved through the use of an Automated Frequency Coordination (AFC) system … Read More

10th Americas Spectrum Management Conference

12 & 13 October 2021–FULLY VIRTUAL–Featuring Mark Gibson—Senior Director, Business Development & Spectrum Policy, CommScope— speaking on Day 2, Oct. 13, 10:40 AM – 12:00 PM EDT, Session 6ii: The emerging 6GHz ecosystem and the different perspectives … Read More

C-Band auction nears the $80B mark

The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) C-Band auction (107) resumed this week and continues to shatter records. As of January 5, the auction has garnered nearly $8o billion in gross bids among qualified bidders after 60 rounds … Read More

Repacking C-Band Earth Stations

Written by Mark Gibson on RADIO WORLD.COM | A review and further discussion of next steps. As the auction for the much-coveted C-Band spectrum kicks off, we are another step into the complicated process to relocate or repack C-Band FSS earth stations … Read More

Opening the C-Band to accelerate 5G deployments

RCR Wireless | by Mark Gibson and Mike Wolfe: Opening the C-Band for 5G networks frees up spectrum for a number of years and represents a major opportunity for mobile operators. At 280 megahertz, the C-Band is the largest chunk of mid-band spectrum the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has made available to date in the United States. To utilize the C-Band spectrum, 5G network deployments will require new infrastructure … Read More

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