FCC extends priority window to 5G spectrum for native and Alaska tribes

Monday 3 August 2020 | 10:40 CET | News
The FCC said it has extended the Rural Tribal Priority Window, opened in February for federally recognised Tribes and Alaska Native Villages, by 30 days from its original 3 August deadline, to 2 September. The window allows for the application of spectrum in the 2.5 GHz band, for free before any commercial auction. The spectrum is important for advanced mobile services such as 5G.

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Companies: FCC
Countries: United States
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