FCC sets base prices for incentive auction

Monday 19 October 2015 | 10:21 CET | News
The FCC has published the opening bid prices for the incentive auction aimed at encouraging broadcasters to surrender radio frequencies for mobile services. Broadcasters interested in participating in the auction must apply by 18 December. The detailed application procedures and other data on the auction planned for late March 2016 are now available on the FCC's website. It contains detailed attachments covering matters such as the technical details regarding the procedure for determining the spectrum clearing target, the algorithms for the reverse and forward auction bid processing

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